|torus fracture buckle fracture||1.52||0.5||6102||46|
|torus fracture buckle||0.44||0.2||3615||35|
|torus fracture vs buckle||0.92||0.2||6259||71|
|buckle fracture a torus fracture||0.13||0.6||2833||100|
|buckle fracture or torus fracture||0.73||0.3||7627||11|
|is a torus fracture a buckle fracture||0.79||1||1804||75|
|torus fracture versus buckle fracture||1.4||0.1||3125||94|
|torus fracture vs buckle fracture||1.49||0.2||9080||92|
A buckle fracture results from compression of two bones driven into each other. These fracture subtypes can present in children and adults: A transverse fracture is when the fracture line is perpendicular to the shaft (long part) of the bone. The severity of a fracture depends u pon the fracture subtype and location.What is the difference between a fracture and a broken bone?
There's no difference. A fracture is any loss of continuity of the bone. Anytime the bone loses integrity—whether it's a hairline crack barely recognizable on an x-ray or the shattering of bone into a dozen pieces—it's considered a fracture. A broken bone is a fractured bone and vice versa.