fissure fracture a crack extending from a surface into, but not through, a long bone. greenstick fracture one in which one side of a bone is broken and the other is bent, most commonly seen in children. See illustration. impacted fracture fracture in which one fragment is firmly driven into the other.

Nov 27, 2010 – Even though bones are strong and are able to tolerate the strong impacts, some traumatic injuries can trigger cracking or breaking of the bones. Twisting or bending of bones at the odd angles or the collision with the hard surface leads to breaking or cracking of bones. Injuries due to collisions or fall are the …

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