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Commonly known as “Broken bones,” fractures can be “open” (compound), when the bone breaks and protrudes through the skin or “closed” (simple) when the skin is intact (cedars-sinai.org). Fractures can cause immobility in the injured area, pain, swelling and deformity if the fracture is not properly set. Fractures can be diagnosed using x-ray, MRI or CT scan and may be treated with splinting or casting, traction or even surgery. Fractures in the limbs and hips are fairly common in motor vehicle accidents and slip/fall accidents.
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