Traducción de fracture en Español:

fracture

fractura, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfræk(t)ʃər//ˈfraktʃə/

nombre

  • 1

    Medicina
    fractura femenino
    • My back was broken in two places - one break and one compressed fracture.
    • He had a skull fracture, was in serious shock and had a compound leg fracture.
    • Severe pain over a bone might indicate a fracture or an injury to a ligament.
    • Conditions such as an uncorrected fracture of the shin bone, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis or Paget's disease can distort the ends of the bones and cause knock knee in adults.
    • Along with the fractures, bone chips, and muscle strains, I received scars on my back, arms and shoulders, my forehead, and my knees.
    • Where limestone occurs adjacent to ironstone, it shows various stages of replacement by chert and hematitic material parallel to bedding and along fractures.
    • Many of the most ancient gold mines, and some of the more famous ones from modern times, were simple gold-bearing quartz - pyrite veins in faults and other fractures in rocks.
    • Stress fractures are partial fractures, often hairline cracks in the bone, caused by repeated stress.
    • All indicate that, even at the greatest depths, the rocks are fractured and the fractures contain aqueous fluids.
    • Bone scanning is sensitive but not specific for detecting stress fractures, healing fractures, infections and tumors.
    • A previous spinal fracture is an important risk factor for subsequent hip fractures in both men and women.
    • This situation raises numerous possibilities for mineral reactions, especially when the fractures transect different rock types.
    • If a break occurred in the skin overlying the fracture, it must be considered an open fracture, necessitating orthopedic referral.
    • As the magma in the intruding sill moves updip, the tensile stress on an intersecting fracture above the sill becomes greater, and the tensile strength of the sediments becomes less.
    • Quakes radiate along fault lines, which often are existing fractures in the rock but can also be created by a new line of breakage.
    • For an older person a hip fracture is a devastating injury that greatly increases disability and mortality.
    • The latter do not include typical pegmatite minerals and appear mainly along the tectonic fractures present at this locality.
    • Direct injury to the spine may cause a bone fracture anywhere along your vertebral column.
    • When fractures occur, the bone is not always broken completely.
  • 2

    (crack)
    fisura femenino
    grieta femenino

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    Medicina
    (bone/arm/shoulder) fracturar
    she fractured her arm se fracturó el brazo
    • He testified that his father broke her nose and fractured her ribs.
    • She has never required any surgical procedures or fractured any bones.
    • It doesn't always work: Five years ago in the Alps she landed badly on a jump, breaking her pelvis and fracturing a vertebra.
    • Signs of osteoporosis include joint pain, difficulty standing or sitting up straight, or fracturing a bone without much force or impact.
    • I had fractured the bone above the knee and the unbroken part was responding to the reaction of foot movement, but there was no connection, a most eerie sensation.
    • She had a fractured left ankle and a right wrist so badly broken that the bone went through her skin.
    • Three of her ribs had been fractured and her wrist broken.
    • His leg was broken, his cheekbone and nose fractured and he spent eight days in hospital.
    • It was also severely burned and had fractured bones and skull.
    • It is quite impossible to conceive of a more serious attempt at killing someone than this because his skull was fractured and bone went into his brain.
    • Just because your ribs don't hurt when you poke them, does not mean you didn't fracture or break your ribs.
    • The mammalian liver can regenerate if a part of it is removed, the antlers of male deer regenerate each year, and fractured bones can mend by a regenerative process.
    • The girl broke shattered her pelvis in two places, fractured her left arm and broke her thumb.
    • During podium training, she landed short on a tumbling pass, fracturing her fibula and tearing ligaments in her ankle.
    • A 55 year-old man broke his pelvis and fractured both his legs.
    • While riding another horse, he fell and shattered his collarbone, broke his shoulder, and fractured his ribs.
    • He fractured both legs, broke his right ankle and had deep cuts to his forehead.
    • He fractured his neck, and broke an arm and collarbone.
    • I got injured a lot, mostly broken wrists and collar-bones, but one Christmas I fractured my pelvis at Limerick and was out for four or five months.
    • The scaphoid is the most commonly fractured bone of the wrist.
  • 2EEUU anticuado, argot

    (make laugh)
    darle muchísima risa a

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    Medicina
    (bone/leg/arm) fracturarse
  • 2

    (crack)
    agrietarse
    • In the past, areas of Swindon had experienced peaks of high pressure that sometimes led to leakage, burst pipes and fractured mains.
    • Everyone adores this brilliant fractured fairy story and love to sing along and anticipate their favourite lines.
    • I kicked and the water fractured, shattered into hundreds of ripples that milled out and scattered over the lake's surface.
    • The process enhances flakability by reducing fracture toughness, a measure of a stone's resistance to fracture propagation.
    • This inequality leads to fracturing within the stone and eventual disintegration.
    • The methodology is based on the integration of a geomechanical reservoir description into fracturing design.
    • It shows fractured blocks of ancient sedimentary rock separated by recent sand dunes.
    • Broken columns of rock fractured from the face are tumbled like a game of jackstraws below.
    • His characters are fractured, broken people, who find happiness too late and too unsatisfactorily, if at all.
    • Old and isolated ash stood torn and fractured and afflicted with black balls of fungi.
    • The satellite images used in the study also showed the lower parts of the glaciers fracturing and disintegrating in response to the loss of the ice shelf.
    • Typically hydraulic fracturing is conducted in vertical boreholes.
    • Blast-enhanced fracturing is a process used at sites with fractured bedrock formations.
    • In fact the opening title track is a bit orchestral, though swamped with shortwave radio static and increasingly fractured, distorted bursts of strings, organ and guitar.
    • I squeezed the thing in my claw until it fractured and splintered into a spray of shards and powder.
    • In particular he studied magma flow beneath the Earth's surface to obtain a better understanding of volcanic eruptions when magma flows through fractures in the Earth's surface.
    • The development of extensional and shear fractures in volcanic areas is usually related to magma emplacement at shallow crustal levels.
    • She used locally quarried andesite, a brittle stone that fractures into sharp, angular shapes and has a sparkly surface.
    • As the characters descend into madness, the camera work also begins to fracture and break down.