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 DeCS Categories

C26 Wounds and Injuries .
C26.117 Back Injuries .
C26.117.500 Spinal Injuries .
C26.117.500.500 Spinal Fractures .
C26.404 Fractures, Bone .
C26.404.437 Fractures, Stress .
C26.404.812 Spinal Fractures .
 
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 Synonyms & Historicals
Documents
LILACS e MDL
 
Spinal Fractures .
Hangman Fracture .
Hangman's Fracture .
Fracture, Hangman .
Fracture, Hangman's .
Fracture, Spinal .
Fractures, Spinal .
Hangmans Fracture .
Spinal Fracture .
Broken bones in the vertebral column. .
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Fractures, Bone .
Broken Bones .
Spiral Fractures .
Torsion Fractures .
Bone Fracture .
Bone, Broken .
Bones, Broken .
Broken Bone .
Fracture, Bone .
Fracture, Spiral .
Fracture, Torsion .
Fractures, Spiral .
Fractures, Torsion .
Spiral Fracture .
Torsion Fracture .
Bone Fractures .
Fractures .
Breaks in bones. .
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Fractures, Stress .
Insufficiency Fractures .
Micro Fractures .
Microfractures .
Fatigue Fracture .
Fracture, Fatigue .
Fracture, Insufficiency .
Fracture, March .
Fracture, Micro .
Fracture, Stress .
Fractures, Insufficiency .
Fractures, Micro .
Insufficiency Fracture .
March Fracture .
March Fractures .
Micro Fracture .
Microfracture .
Stress Fracture .
Fatigue Fractures .
Fractures, Fatigue .
Fractures, March .
Stress Fractures .
Fractures due to the strain caused by repetitive exercise. They are thought to arise from a combination of MUSCLE FATIGUE and bone failure, and occur in situations where BONE REMODELING predominates over repair. The most common sites of stress fractures are the METATARSUS; FIBULA; TIBIA; and FEMORAL NECK. .
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