MSK 11 – 6 Steps you MUST know in fracture healing

Types of fractures Top row (Left to right): Transverse, Oblique, Segmental Bottom row (left to right) Angulated, Shifted, Comminuted

Types of fractures
Top row (Left to right):
Transverse, Oblique, Segmental
Bottom row (left to right)
Angulated, Shifted, Comminuted

What are the 6 steps of healing a bone fracture?

  1. Haematoma formation
  2. Granulation Tissue formation
  3. Soft Callus formation
  4. Hard callus conversion
  5. Ossification
  6. Remodelling

Find out more on the Common Rounds on how bone fractures can be described and what factors affect its healing.

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