Last month's question:
Which of the following is the term used for the force with which a muscle detaches a portion of the bone from its site of insertion?
Answer: Avulsion Fracture
Avulsion fracture is the breaking force which has been applied in such a way that the muscle pulls a portion of the bone away from the site where it is normally attached.
Pathological fracture is the fracture that occurs in a bone that is weakened or damaged by disease.
Torus fracture or a greenstick or ripple fracture is on one side of the bone. It is always a child's fracture.
A stress fracture is a microscopic fracture caused by repeated jarring and overuse of a bone.
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