Examination Of X-ray Fractures After Falling From The Motor?
So I fell off the motorcycle, X-rayed and told to return the next day, but the family suggested to be immediately taken to the den Putung. From the x-ray results, it was seen that the alignment with close fracture comminuted complite extra axial metatarsal 5 right anthropologist accompanied by soft tissue swelling nearby. Can you please help explain, and what is the best next step? I have been taken to deny putung 3x and my fingers have been able to move a little but still swollen and painful.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. In the condition of broken bones, medically, the best recommendation is to immediately consult a bone doctor. This is because the orthopedic doctor works and determines treatment based on research and data, in-depth examinations, and careful planning, one of which is by first looking at the condition of the bones before determining the action.
The problem when going to a masseur or something is that they overcome it without knowing the actual condition of the fracture, because no one can see through the skin, so often the condition becomes worse and in the end go to the bone doctor too.
From the results of the x-ray that you wrote down, it was written that there was a bone shift followed by a fracture with a broken or broken bone in the right pinky area, accompanied by swelling of the surrounding tissue, which is a reasonable response to injury. Our advice, even though it should be done from the beginning, you should still go to the doctor again for a thorough examination. Your orthopedic doctor may ask you to re-take an x-ray because the x-ray was a condition of your bones when you were first injured. After days gone by and given alternative treatments, maybe the condition of the bones are different again and the handling is different again. The treatment you will receive now will depend on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, warm compresses to the swollen part, limit its activity, multiply the consumption of high-protein nutrients and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.