Fracture de malgaigne

Malgaigne fracture is an unstable type of pelvic fracture, which involves one hemipelvis, and results from vertical shear energy vectors. On this page: Article: Clinical presentation; Pathology; Radiographic features; History and etymology; See also; Related articles; References; Images: Cases and figures ; Clinical presentation. One of the clinical features is shortening of the leg on the …

Treatment of a Malgaigne Fracture. The first step in the treatment of this fracture is to immobilize the injury site to prevent the development of comorbidities down the road. Once the fracture has been immobilized, it will be imaged using x-rays or CT scans to analyze the type of fracture. After, the bones will be reduced (if they are out of place) and immobilized for several weeks to allow …

Malgaigne Fracture Alexander D. Wyckoff Daniel B. Nissman CLINICAL HISTORY 91-year-old female with pelvic pain after a fall. FIGURE 51A FIGURE 51B FINDINGS Anteroposterior (AP) radiograph of the pelvis (Fig. 51A) demonstrates disruption of the pubic symphysis with marked superior displacement of the left pubis and mild widening of the left sacroiliac (SI) joint.

A Malgaigne fracture is vertical pelvic fracture with bilateral sacroiliac dislocation and fracture of the pubic rami. It is named for Joseph-François Malgaigne. Classification. Tile classification – C3; Young-Burgess classification – VS; OTA/AO – 61-C3.1; References External links. Classification : D. ICD-10: S32; External resources: Radiopedia: malgaignefracture; AO Foundation: 61-C3.1 …

Malgaigne JF. De la double fracture verticale du bassin. In: Traité des fractures et des luxations, 1847; 1: 650-651; Foucher E. Observation suivie de remarques sur la luxation traumatique du sacrum. Revue médico-chirurgicale de Paris. 1851; IX: 336-339; Malgaigne JF. Double vertical fractures of the pelvis. In: A Treatise on Fractures, 1859; 1: 523-527; Bucholz RW. The pathological anatomy …

The Malgaigne fracture develops as a fracture of both pubic rami and the posterior region of the sacroiliac complex. Namely, it is a fracture of both the anterior and posterior regions of the pelvis. 1. The usually associated sacral fracture of the Malgaigne fracture is unilateral and vertical through the sacral ala or transforaminal region (Denis Type 1 or 2). This case report introduces to …

Combination of the pubic rami and sacral ala fracture is consistent with a vertical shear mechanism also known as Malgaigne fracture. There is a small volume of pre-sacral hemorrhage seen in association with the sacral fracture. Presence of pre-sacral fluid on a trauma CT is a reliable sign that there will be a sacral fracture and should always prompt close investigation of the bones. From the …

Malgaigne Fracture in Childhood A Case Report and Review of Literature. January 2016; Medicine 95(4) DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000002521. Authors: …