- Torus is derived from Latin (tori) meaning a swelling or protuberance
- Break in cortical continuity on the compression side, 2-3 cm proximal to physis, torus (buckle) fractures of distal metaphysis of radius & ulna is most common fracture in lower forearm in young children
- Deformity should not occur in torus fracture because the periosteum and cortex are intact on the side of the bone opposite to fracture
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