Salter-harris classification

Salter-Harris classification Sal·ter-Harris classification (sôl’tər-)
The classification of epiphysial fractures into five groups (I to V), according to different prognoses regarding the effects of the injury on subsequent growth and subsequent deformity of the epiphysis.


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