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Fragilitas of the bone probably exists in many cases when fracture of its diaphysis occurs.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
The diaphysis is large and nearly straight; the distal extremity is furnished with two equal condyles separated by a deep channel.
EXTINCT BIRDSWALTER ROTHSCHILD
The end of the diaphysis may be palpated through the skin in front.
As we know, the long bones are composed of a body or diaphysis and of extremities or articular heads, the epiphyses.
PEDAGOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYMARIA MONTESSORI
In compound separations of epiphysis, the end of the diaphysis may be pushed through the skin.
The upper end of the diaphysis forms a projecting ridge which may be felt below and in front of the acromion.
Sometimes the separation is compound, the diaphysis protruding through the skin.
On its under aspect is a cup-like depression into which the central pyramidal-shaped portion of the diaphysis fits.
It is seldom pure, a portion of the diaphysis usually being broken off and remaining attached to the epiphysis.
It is usually accompanied by fracture of the diaphysis of the fibula (Fig. 98), and is not infrequently compound.

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