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

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.