Salter-Harris fracture, rare types

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[edit] Discussion of Salter-Harris fracture, rare types

  • Salter-Harris Type VI: This is a rare injury and consists of an injury to the perichondral structures.
  • Salter-Harris Type VII: This is an isolated injury to the epiphyseal plate.
  • Salter-Harris Type VIII: This is an isolated injury to the metaphysis, with a potential injury related to endochondral ossification.
  • Salter-Harris Type IX: This is an injury to the periosteum that may interfere with membranous growth.

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