The anatomy of Julia’s fracture in the musculoskeletal system is part of her system which has been destroyed and which attaches to the bones.Â Julia’s tendons which are attached to the bones and muscles which the articulate and provide stability to the surfaces joints of the two bones on the right leg have dislocated. This makes the leg to deform and swell and thus incapable of moving. Joints always offer a greater degree of our movement as well as a strong attachment to the synovial.
Â In Julia’s case, the Synovial have been tempered with thus destroying the secretion of synovial fluids. This fluid also forms some of the antibodies which fight pain and the reason why Julia is in pain due to lack of synovial fluid. Also Synovial is said to reduce joints friction. Julia lacks this friction in her joint fracture.
Some of the sources of pain that Julie may be experiencing include; the inflammation of the leg, bruising, in case of internal breeding, as well as other forms of leg damage that were caused by Julia’s fracture on the surrounding tissues may result to Julia’s pain.
After the fracture, several cells are involved in the healing process of the fracture. For instance, the periosteum cells are used to replicate as well as transform new and more cells proximal to the gap in the fracture so as to develop intochondroblasts which will later from hyaline cartilage. The periosteal cells in the bone marrow helps to develop the osteoblast into a woven bone which later bind the fracture gap.
The periosteums are also an important source of some of the precursor cells that are used to develop into chondroblasts as well as osteoblast which are imperative in the healing and repair process. Some cells in the bone marrow form the fibroblasts and the endosteum to aid in the healing process.
There are different mechanisms that should be employed to improve repair of Julia’s bone. First, an injection of (TP508) i.e. thrombin peptide will accelerates the repair of the fracture. TP508 will promote Julia’s repair of the fracture through a mechanism which will involve an increase in the induction of some growth factors such as enhancing the expression of the inflammatory mediators.
Secondly, Julia should increase her caloric intake so as to promote her bone healing. Julia should provide her body with energy since the healing of a fracture requires more energy. Calories increase metabolic demands.
Â Thirdly, Julia should increase her vitamin intake such vitamin C, K and D. Vitamins acts as catalyst in biochemical’s reactions. Vitamin C is important in the synthesis of her bones collagen so as to form protein matrix as well as acts as a nutrient for anti-inflammatory. On the other hand, vitamin K will bind Julia’s calcium to bone thus promoting healing.
Finally, Julia should boost her mineral intake since bones are made up of more than seventy percent minerals such as phosphorus, zinc, calcium, silicon, magnesium, etc. since the healing of fracture requires adequate minerals.
The growth of Julies bone will be affected by the fracture and the repair process. This is because; leg bone takes a long time to recover as compared to those in smaller bones. as the bone grows, the leg fracture becomes difficultÂ to immobilize.
Every person is usually at risk of getting fractures. Though, some people may suffer an increased fracture risks with such conditions as osteoporosis, old age, and other diseases such as diabetes and those which make the bone brittle, permeable and highly porous. Unfortunately, some people especially elderly such as Julia incur falls making leg fracture psychotherapy a primary concern. Therefore, the healing process of Julia’s fracture compared with her great-grandmother’s fracture will be faster. Advanced age hinders bone healing.
In general, young people bone fractures heal quickly than those of old aged people. However, this depends on the severity and location of the fracture as well as the type of performed procedure for the surgical and some others considerations.
According to Macaulay D. (2007), bone healing will generally take a period of six to eight weeks to heal to a significant degree. Therefore, Julia may not be expected to be playing hockey in 3 months but may be about to recover.
Â In conclusion, bone healing is a complex process which requires myriad of intake of hormones, nutrients, hormones as well as other biochemical factors which are significant in the maintenance and formation of the bone.