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colles

(kol -eez) (singular: collis) low hills. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.
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Traditionally, the doctor thinks of Colles' fracture upon seeing the wrist pushed back on the broken radius.
While fractures of the distal radius (end of the bone nearest the wrist) remain problematic, doctors are slightly more optimistic now than in Colles' time.
A Colles' fracture is nearly always the result of a fall.
Conclusion: Closed reduction and pop immobilization for Colles' fracture under haematoma block and sedation is a good treatment option in carefully selected cases.
Abraham Colles was born in 1773 in a village near Kilkenny, in what is now Eire.
Ms Colles said: "This shows the need to store any dangerous substance out of sight and out of the reach of children, preferably in a locked cabinet or cupboard.
Ms Colles said there were numerous initiatives aimed at promoting better health throughout the country.
Contract award: Works For The Construction of infrastructure for protection against the inondationsdes Vallons Escours, Montfort, of Beal, and Campons Caillades of the municipality of La Colle sur Loup-recalibration and restructuring of the floor and various networks.