Management Of Left Femur Fracture At 38 Years Old?
Hi …. I am 38 years old I have a broken left thigh bone but did not fall or even an accident just stood up suddenly the sound of the broken itself was due to what and how to cure it so I could walk quickly
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A fracture or fracture is a disturbance to bone continuity because external factors are generally a mechanism of trauma. Symptoms of fracture are associated changes in bone shape, pain, swelling, impaired movement, or shortening of bones.
Fractures or fractures that occur spontaneously or result from minor trauma are generally classified as pathological fractures. Pathological fractures occur in bones with abnormal structures, for example in elderly patients. At an elderly age where bone structures are fragile or in a history of malignancy or metabolic disease.
In the case of fracture, it is necessary to determine the location of the bones involved, the type of fracture, the type of fracture, and any complications. To determine this, it is necessary to have a physical examination and support in the form of X-rays of the bones involved. After establishing the final diagnosis, the doctor can determine the appropriate type of therapy, either conservative method or surgery depending on the severity.
If there is no previous history of injury and other ballast risk factors are absent, the possibility of fracture is relatively small. Other possible diagnoses include sprained muscles, pelvic dislocation, ligament injuries, and so on. For this reason, you should consult with your doctor first to be able to do a physical examination directly. Each diagnosis will certainly require different treatment according to the results of physical examination and support.
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