2000
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Abstract: The trabecular architecture of the calcaneus is created by applied stress in concordance with Wolff's law. The weakest plane of resistance to stress is parallel to these organized trabeculae or through areas lacking trabeculae. This study demonstrates that the primary and secondary fracture lines commonly encountered in calcaneus fractures correlates with the internal architectural map of the calcaneal trabecular patterns.

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“…The bone distribution is not, however, homogenous. There is an area of sparse or absent mineralization in the anterior part of the calcaneus described as the ''neutral triangle'' or Ward's triangle (Harty, 1973;Sabry et al, 2000). Sabry et al (2000) described the internal calcaneal trabecular arrays and measured the cortical thickness in fourteen dry, frozen specimens.…”
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“…The bone distribution is not, however, homogenous. There is an area of sparse or absent mineralization in the anterior part of the calcaneus described as the ''neutral triangle'' or Ward's triangle (Harty, 1973;Sabry et al, 2000). Sabry et al (2000) described the internal calcaneal trabecular arrays and measured the cortical thickness in fourteen dry, frozen specimens.…”
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“…There is an area of sparse or absent mineralization in the anterior part of the calcaneus described as the ''neutral triangle'' or Ward's triangle (Harty, 1973;Sabry et al, 2000). Sabry et al (2000) described the internal calcaneal trabecular arrays and measured the cortical thickness in fourteen dry, frozen specimens. This study indicated that the primary and secondary fracture lines commonly encountered in calcaneus fractures correlates with the internal architectural map of the calcaneal trabecular patterns, with common fracture patterns initiating in the neutral triangle.…”
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“…O calcâneo é o osso mais comumente fraturado entre os ossos do tarso, contudo, ainda não há um consenso sobre o seu tipo ideal de tratamento (11,16,21) . Historicamente, as fraturas de Calcâneo eram tratadas de maneira conservadora, entretanto, com os avanços tecnológicos, atualmente os tratamentos visam a redução cirúrgica e a fixação interna (11) .…”
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“…The calcaneal is more likely bone to be fractured between the tarsus bone; however there is not a common sense yet about the best type of treatment (11,16,21) . Historically, the calcaneals fractures were treated in a conventional way, however with technological advances, nowadays the treatments tend to decrease the quantity of surgeries and internal fixation (11) .…”
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“…Abbott et al, and Frutos have suggested the role of clavicle in transmitting force from the upper limb to the axial skeleton [2,3]. Different studies have been done on trabecular pattern of bones involved in weight transmission, like femur [4,5], talus [6,7] and calcaneum [8,9]. According to those studies, weight transmitting bones show pattern of cancellous bone following the route of weight transmission.…”
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