Definition of Chauffeur’s and Bosworth Fracture

In this article, we will discuss the Definition of Chauffeur’s and Bosworth Fracture. So, let’s get started.

Chauffeur’s Fracture

It is a type of forearm fracture, specifically the radial styloid process. The injury is typically caused by compression of the scaphoid bone of the hand against the styloid process of the distal radius.

Mechanism of injury: Fall on outstretched hand

Bosworth Fracture

It is a rare fracture of distal fibula with an associated fixed posterior dislocation of the proximal fibular fragment which becomes trapped behind the posterior tibial tubercle.

Mechanism of injury: Severe external rotation of the ankle.

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