Refracture

• (n.) A second breaking (as of a badly set bone) by the surgeon. • (v. t.) To break again, as a bone.
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Refracture

Re·frac'ture noun (Surg.) A second breaking (as of a badly set bone) by the surgeon.
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Refracture

A fracture occurring at a former fracture site, after the bone has solidly bridged, at a load level otherwise tolerated by normal bone. The resulting fracture line may coincide with the original fracture line, or it may be located remote from the original fracture, but within the area of bone that has undergone changes as a result of the fracture a...
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refracture

a fracture occurring at a former fracture site, after the bone has solidly bridged, at a load level otherwise tolerated by normal bone. The resulting fracture line may coincide with the original fracture line, or it may be located remote from the original fracture, but within the area of bone that has undergone changes as a result of the fracture a...
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refracture

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-frak′chūr Definitions: 1. Breaking a bone that has united after a previous fracture with the new fracture occurring at or near the previous fracture site.
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refracture

[v] - break (a bone) that was previously broken but mended in an abnormal way
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