Child Sexual Exploitation for Professionals, Part 3

Child sexual exploitation pt3 for professionals considers what to look for: consent, age, labels, boys, challenging vs vulnerable, online. For more information visit http://www.sussex.police.uk/advice/protect-yourself-and-others/child-protection/child-sexual-exploitation-cse/

Child Sexual Exploitation for professionals pt1

Eponymous Fractures

There are numerous eponymous fractures which are named after the people who first described their existence:

  • Bankart fracture – glenoid
  • Barton fracture – wrist
  • Bennett fracture – thumb
  • Bosworth fracture – ankle
  • Chance fracture – vertebral
  • Charcot joint – foot
  • Chopart fracture – foot
  • Colles fracture – wrist, etc.

Read more about Eponymous fractures – specifically Boxer’s, Chauffeur’s, Lisfranc and March fractures.