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Fracture by Mind Map: Fracture

1. Depressed fracture

2. Comlete

2.1. Soft skin damage

2.1.1. Simple

2.1.2. Compound

2.1.2.1. First degree

2.1.2.2. Second degree

2.1.2.3. Third degree

2.1.3. Complicated

2.2. Number of fracture line

2.2.1. Single

2.2.2. Comminuted

2.2.3. Multiple

2.3. Shape of fracture line

2.3.1. Transverse

2.3.2. Oblique

2.3.3. Spiral

2.3.4. Longitudinal

2.4. Anatomical location of fracture

2.4.1. Diaphyseal fracture

2.4.2. Metaphyseal fracture

2.4.3. Epiphyseal fracture

2.4.4. Physeal fracture

2.4.4.1. Type 1

2.4.4.1.1. Fracture physis

2.4.4.2. Type 2

2.4.4.2.1. Fracture physis + distal diaphysis

2.4.4.3. Type 3

2.4.4.3.1. Fracture physis + epiphysis

2.4.4.4. Type 4

2.4.4.4.1. Fracture physis + epiphysis + distal diaphysis

2.4.4.5. Type 5

2.4.4.5.1. Crushing injuries of physis not visible + physeal function ceases

2.5. Displacement of bone fragment

2.5.1. Longitudinal displacement fracture

2.5.2. Transverse fracture

2.5.3. Angular fracture

2.5.3.1. Overlapped displacement fracture

2.5.4. Avulsed fracture

2.5.4.1. Compressed fracture

2.5.5. Impacted fracture

3. Incomplete

3.1. Green-stick fracture

3.1.1. Young animal

3.1.1.1. One side broken

3.2. Fissure fracture

3.2.1. Multiple fissure

3.2.2. Single fissure

3.3. Star fracture

3.3.1. Central point + radiating fissures

3.3.1.1. Animal kick

3.4. Deferred fracture

3.4.1. Separation of bone fragment without displacement + periosteum intact

3.5. Splintered or partial fracture

3.5.1. Separation of bone fragment with displacement + periosteum rupture

4. Fracture stability

4.1. Stable fracture

4.1.1. Green-stick

4.1.2. Impacted

4.2. Unstable fracture

4.2.1. Oblique

4.2.2. Spiral

4.2.3. Multiple

4.3. Transverse