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Luxations may be practically classified as temporary and fixed.

Luxations are not always complete; they may be partial; that is, the articulating surfaces may be displaced but not separated.

Luxations of the carpal joint are of rare occurrence, and very few cases of this kind are on record.

Luxations attending some cases of influenza recover promptly when subjects are kept comfortably confined in roomy box-stalls.