Trauma to the body causes not only fractures of the bones but, disrupts the soft tissues envelope around the bone causing damage to the skin, muscles, tendons, nerves and blood vessels.
Treatment requires healing of bone and soft tissue injury.
COMPLEX FRACTURE WITH TIBIA IN MORE THAN 50 BROKEN PIECES AND LARGE OPEN WOUND
COMPLEX FRACTURE WITH DISLOCATION OF THE LEFT SHOULDER
99% of the fractures in children can be treated without surgery with plastering techniques.
Fractures are fixed with a variety of implants which include steel wires, nails, plates, external fixators and sometimes with hemi-arthroplasty.
DISPLACED WRIST FRACTURE
FOREARM FRACTURE FRACTURE IN THE ELBOW
COMPLEX COMMINUTED FRACTURE OF THE ELBOW
FRACTURE OF THE HUMERAL HEAD WITH SEVERE ROTATION DISPLACEMENT
COMMINUTED COMPLEX FRACTURE IN THE ARM
INTER-TROCHANTERIC HIP FRACTURE
FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR (THIGH)
EXTERNAL FIXATION OF FEMURAL FRACTURE
COMPLEX COMMINUTED FRACTURE OF THE LOWER THIRD FEMUR
PRIMARY EXTERNAL FIXATION OF THE FRACTURE
SECONDARY FIXATION PLATES AND SCREWS
FRACTURE OF LOWER END FEMUR WITH POPLITEAL ARTERY TRANSACTION AT THE KNEE
TRANSECTED POPLETIAL ARTERY REPAIRED AND FRACTURE FIXED WITH PLATE
PELVIC FRACTURE DISLOCATION
COMPOUND FRACTURE OF THE TIBIA & FIBULA