ring fracture


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ring fracture

[′riŋ ‚frak·chər]
(geology)
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Patients were monitored for intraprocedural and postprocedural complications like: hemorrhage, stomal infection, injury to adjacent structures, arrhythmias, transient hypoxemia, transient hypotension, paratracheal insertion, pneumothorax, sub-cutaneous emphysema, loss of airway, accidental decannulation, tracheal ring fracture and new lung infiltrate or atelectasis.
Three-dimensional finite element analysis of the pediatric lumbar spine, part 1: pathomechanism of apophyseal bony ring fracture.
Type II: C2 fracture with displacement of the fragment anterior to the ring fracture with flexion, extension, or anterolisthesis (Figure 8).
Conservative treatment of EBR can fail for various reasons, such as dysfunction of the catheter, concomitant vaginal/rectal injuries or pelvic ring fracture which require internal fixation.
ELA 2203 is underlain largely by andesitic volcanic rocks of the ancestral Pliocene Crater Mountain stratovolcano which grew to an immense size before undergoing caldron collapse on a ring fracture system 20 kilometres in diameter, followed by a long period of deep erosion which continued until recent renewed andesitic - dacitic volcanic activity formed a string of smaller parasite cones within and east of the northeast quadrant of the collapse structure.
NSK has developed TL (Tough and Long Life) bearing material, to overcome the problem of damage due to inner ring fracture encountered on spherical roller bearings in the dryer sections of papermaking machines.
the first part of this paper presents results from a series of C ring fracture tests (9) to generate a time-dependent [K.
After the exclusion of other causes leading to this injury the GC excess after two months of GC therapy and previously undiagnosed Cushing's disease (CD) seem to be the most plausible reasons contributing to this predominantly ligamentous insufficiency presenting as a rotationally unstable pelvic ring fracture.
This injury is rarely associated with pelvic ring fracture, although TDH is one of the most dangerous comorbidities of such fractures.
Blackmore and associates (40) performed a retrospective cohort study of 627 patients with pelvic fractures (20% of whom had major pelvic hemorrhage) and identified four predictors of hemorrhage, including an emergency room hematocrit of less than 30, a pulse greater than 130 BPM, displaced obturator ring fracture, and pubic symphyseal wide diastasis (greater than 1 cm used for displacement).
The eruptions in 1937 and this intense period of unrest starting in 1971 made people worry that the next event could unzipper the ring fracture and lead to a caldera-forming eruption," says volcanologist Daniel Dzurisin of the USGS' Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.