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Slightly fall on right wrist age 70 female taking anti hypertensive Aten 50 and telmikind 20

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Colles fracture Fracture distal end radius with dorsal displacement causing dinner fork deformity Osteoporosis of bones is evident Adv Closed manipulation and reduction followed by immobilization in Colles cast

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Colles' fracture.. It  is a type of fracture of the distal forearm in which the broken end of the radius is bent backwards. Symptoms may include pain, swelling, deformity, and bruising. Complications may include damage to the median nerve. I agree with Dr.Jayeshji,. Compromised BMD caused Osteoporosis is a major risk. The cast is applied with the distal fragment in palmar flexion and ulnar deviation. A fracture with mild angulation and displacement may require closed reduction..

Colles fracture Fracture distal end radius with dorsal displacement causing dinner fork deformity Osteoporosis of bones is evident Adv Closed manipulation and reduction followed by immobilization in Colles cast

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Comminuted intraarticular fracture distal radius Collapse plus Closed reduction and percutaneous k wires an option

? COLLES FRACTURE.. NEED'S.. IMMOBILIZATION WITH..POP .. SYMPTOMATIC T/T.. EXPERTS OPINION..

Displaced distal radioulna Opinion of ortho Reduction with pop4 week

Comminuted intraarticular distal end radius fracture with osteoporotic bones Looking at her age and requirements it can be treated conservatively with cast after closed reduction but chances of collapse and malunion should be explained

If collapse what to next treatment? Sir
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Colles fracture

Fracture seen

Seems to b fracture due to osteoporosis Casting and immobilisation..

Colles # Needs reduction&immobilisation

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