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Write a patient information sheet describing these 20 different types of fractures that you may see at the orthopedics practice you work in. Include the following fracture types: closed open complicated comminuted impacted incomplete greenstick Colles' butterfly complete compression fissure hairline oblique spiral unstable segmental fragmental double complex

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Not sure exactly what you are looking for here. I can tell you that many of these are either interchangeable or inclusive. For instance a greenstick or hairline fracture are both always closed fractures. Are you looking for a way to include all of this on a patient information sheet for a single patient?
I don't know how to write a patient info sheet, but the below websites will give you definitions. Try and google "patient info sheet on fractures" WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-fractures-basic-information Die.net. http://dictionary.die.net/complicated%20fracture. Medilexicon. http://www.medilexicon.com/medicaldictionary.php?t=35393.
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