The Biophysical Modeling of Fracture Types
American Journal of Internal Medicine
Volume 8, Issue 1, January 2020, Pages: 34-39
Received: Jan. 21, 2020; Accepted: Feb. 10, 2020; Published: Feb. 18, 2020
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Janos Vincze, Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
Gabriella Vincze-Tiszay, Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
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Abstract
The fracture leads immediately to the impossibility to perform certain movements, followed by tumefaction, sharp pain, haematoma, sometimes a visible deformation and even a wound of the skin, in the case of an open fracture. For any person who has the signs of fracture, that region must be immobilized immediately during first aid and for the final healing they must be taken to the hospital. A fracture can appear in various circumstances: through a direct- and indirect-mechanism or is called “pathological bone fracture”. The degree of fracture we distinguish: incomplete fractures, complete fractures and avulsions. The knowledge of fracture types has therapeutic implications. The very frequently fracture types are next: compression, rupture, bending, extension, torsion. In this paper we use the biophysical modeling of different fracture types. To get hold of the biophysical view is not an easy task, because it applies mathematical apparatus to biological systems, on the other hand as a reward it guides to fascinating results, recognizing theoretically which conformity of rules are valid on principle in the inanimate-living-spiritual triple system from the lowest to the highest organizational level.
Keywords
Degree of Fracture, Biophysical Modeling, Fracture Types, Restoring Fitness
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Janos Vincze, Gabriella Vincze-Tiszay, The Biophysical Modeling of Fracture Types, American Journal of Internal Medicine. Vol. 8, No. 1, 2020, pp. 34-39. doi: 10.11648/j.ajim.20200801.17
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