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A greenstick fracture is an incomplete fracture in which one side of the bone is broken and the bone is bent. A comminuted fracture is one in which the bone is crushed or splintered into many pieces. A transverse fracture is a straight crosswise fracture (break is at a right angle to the axis of the bone). Download Free PDF. Book Review: Human and Nonhuman Bone Identification: A Concise Field Guide, Diane L. France, CRC Press, ISBN 978-1-4398-2039-1. Science & Justice. Oil and gas field maps: The following national map portrays the location of fields identified as being among the 100 largest oil and/or 100 largest gas fields in the U.S. On December 31, 2009. The 100 Volumetrically Largest U.S. Oil and Gas Fields (12/7/2010) The following letter size maps portray the same information by product.

1-7. TYPES OF FRACTURES

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A fracture may be displaced (bone moved out of normal alignment) or nondisplaced (bone remains in normal alignment). A nondisplaced fracture may be difficult to identify without an x-ray. Therefore, anytime you suspect that a fracture may be present, treat the injury as though you knew the fracture existed. Some types of fractures are briefly described in the following paragraphs.

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a. Greenstick. A greenstick fracture is an incomplete fracture in which one side of the bone is broken and the bone is bent.

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b. Comminuted. A comminuted fracture is one in which the bone is crushed or splintered into many pieces.

c. Transverse. A transverse fracture is a straight crosswise fracture (break is at a right angle to the axis of the bone).

d. Oblique. An oblique fracture is a diagonal or slanted fracture (not at a right angle to the axis of the bone).

e. Spiral. A spiral fracture coils around the bone and is caused by twisting.

f. Impacted. An impacted fracture results when one bone is driven into another bone, resulting in one or both bones being fractured and the bones being wedged together.

g. Pathologic. A pathologic fracture results when a bone that has been weakened by disease breaks under a force that would not fracture a normal bone.

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h. Epiphyseal. An epiphyseal fracture is a fracture located between the expanded end of a long bone (epiphysis) and the shaft of the bone.

This is a large set - the download is divided into 3 separate Zip files totalling over 100 MBsand includes a variety of:

* dragoons
* generals
* foote including various musket & pike types
* horse including light and heavy types
* artillery including light, medium and heavy guns
* casualties
* rural buildings
* hedges & trees
* roads and streams

The figures and terrain are highly stylised and to no particular scale. Individual figureheight varies from unit to unit - the only constant is a base size of 60mm by 40mm for the fighting units. The viewing perspective also varies from unit to unit and both sides of the counters carryan identical image. This is mainly for aesthetic reasons - the excess blank paper can be neatly trimmed from each counter, which enhances the look of the game considerably.

The facing of the counter is shown by a pattern of chevrons on the unit front and by a solidblock of colour on the units rear with a brief identifying label such as 'Muskets' or 'Pike'.

In general the troops depicted can be used for either side in the conflict and any labels Ihave assigned to them are for identifying purposes only.

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It is intended that this set be used (with some imagination and adaptation) with any set ofwargaming rules that is element based.