0 Epiphyseal injuries

Source of image : http://www.primary-surgery.org/ps/vol2/html/sect0324.html

Type I - Slip capital femoral epiphysis
        II - Lower end of Radius
       III - Medial Malleolus
       IV - Lateral Condyle Of Humerous
        V - Lower tibial epiphysis.
  • Type II is Most common
  • Type II - The triangular fragment = Thurston Holland Sign
  • Type IV is 2nd MC and also known as Fracture of Necessity.
  • Type V - difficult to diagnose on X-Ray , Has Compulsory Growth Arrest.

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