Longitudinal fracture

Last revised by Bálint Botz on 06 Feb 2019

Longitudinal fractures are fractures that occur along (or nearly along) the axis of the bone. This is most often used in the context of a long-bone fracture although traditional classification of temporal bone fractures also used this term.


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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: middle phalanx
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