Position Of The Bone After Fracture In The Thigh?
I want to ask me 1.5 years ago there was an accident and I broke my thighbone, and I had surgery but now after pulling out my leg, I can’t rotate it to 45 degrees, what I want to ask is the doctor’s fault or that the risk that I have to accept. thank you
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After fracture surgery, the length of time to heal and return to normal function varies. Many things affect it, including the place of the broken bone, the severity and type of injury, whether there are complications that accompany it, its handling, and so on. For example, a fracture in the joint area will certainly heal more difficult and the risk of limitation in the future will be higher.
The femur is the largest and longest bone in the human body. Generally, only serious injury can cause this bone to break. Usually it will be well connected within 3-6 months. But the healing may take a year, depending on what has been mentioned above.
The complaints you experience do not necessarily occur because of a dial error. It is difficult to determine without knowing the circumstances beforehand. Of course, your orthopedic doctor has done his best so that after the operation the situation will return to normal. If you have a complaint, you should check with the orthopedic doctor who treats you. The orthopedic doctor who treated you before must know your condition beforehand and can relate it to your current situation. If needed, an orthopedic doctor can also refer you for physiotherapy.
Hopefully this is useful,