Fracture and dislocation classification compendium - 2007: Orthopaedic Trauma Association classification, database and outcomes committee.

@article{Marsh2007FractureAD,
  title={Fracture and dislocation classification compendium - 2007: Orthopaedic Trauma Association classification, database and outcomes committee.},
  author={John Lawrence Marsh and Theddy F Slongo and Julie Agel and J. Scott Broderick and William Creevey and Thomas A Decoster and Laura J. Prokuski and Michael S. Sirkin and Bruce H. Ziran and Brad Henley and Laurent Audig{\'e}},
  journal={Journal of orthopaedic trauma},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 10 Suppl},
  pages={
          S1-133
        }
}
The purpose of this new classification compendium is to republish the Orthopaedic Trauma Association's (OTA) classification. The OTA classification was originally published in a compendium of the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma in 1996. It adopted The Comprehensive Classification of the Long Bones developed by Müller and colleagues and classified the remaining bones. In this compendium, the introductory chapter reviews new scientific information about classifying fractures that has been published… 

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A novel, clinically oriented classification system for long-bone fractures that is simple, reliable, and useful to predict treatment method, complications, and outcome is described.

New classification system for long-bone fractures supplementing the AO/OTA classification.

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Implementation of a fracture and dislocation registry Epidemiology and scoring validity of long-bone fractures

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The implementation of the Fracture and Dislocation Registry of Stavanger University Hospital has been made successfully and the classification according to AO/OTA classification (= Muller classification) seems to be satisfactory reliable.

The difference between AO and OTA on 31A2.3 fractures.

Fractures of the proximal humerus

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    Acta orthopaedica. Supplementum
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In a randomized trial, it is found that agreement could improve significantly by training of doctors, especially among specialists, however, classification of proximal humeral fractures remains a challenge for the conduct, reporting, and interpretation of clinical trials.

Reliability and Reproducibility of the OTA/AO Classification for Humeral Shaft Fractures

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The OTA/AO classification for humeral shaft fractures has a moderate interobserver and substantial intraobserver agreement for fracture types and groups and showed no differences between surgical disciplines.
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