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Explanation: The USES dictionary unfornately is available only from English, so I looked under "fracture" and worked backwords. In the Dompé (Italian) I found that "comminuta" and "pluriframmentaria" are used as synonims, so "comminuted" was fairly easy to spot. For the other one, no luck on the dictionaries. I found various sites talking about fractures were the bone was "well-aligned," so...
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Floriana United States Local time: 13:00 Native speaker of: Italian PRO pts in pair: 317