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Growth plate fractures and injuries occur in the area growing tissue near the end of the long bones of children and teens. Both boys and girls are susceptible to growth plate fracture and injury. Common causes include: a fall while playing sports or playing on furniture or playground equipment, overuse injury from sports, injuries from competitive sports, child abuse, frostbite, and juvenile arthritis. Growth plate fracture and injury are classified into five categories according to the Salter-Harris Classification.

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Terms related to Growth Plate Fractures and Injuries:

  • Children's Fracture
  • Fracture, Children
  • Fracture, Growth Plate
  • Fracture, Teenager
  • Injury, Growth Plate
  • Teenager's Fracture