Injuries of Upper Limb
Chauffeur's fracture is (DNB June 2010)
|A||Fracture of acetabulum|
|B||Fracture of radial styloid|
|C||Fracture of clavicle|
|D||Fracture of 1st metatarsal|
Fracture of radial styloid
This fracture used to be common in drivers of motor cars in the past, which had to be cranked up from, the front, frequently the starter rod used to backfire, hitting the driver on the radial styloid hence its name. Now a days seen in person starting manual generators.