Treatment Of Fractures In The Groin?
, my mother is 67 years old on January 2 2018 fell u0026amp; declared fracture, diagnosis from X-ray X-ray “cf compression neck of femur, complete fracture in the neck of the left femur w / displacement distal fragment to the superior, bone fragment (+) begins to appear callus ” and surgery tp mother is recommended I don’t want to be operated on u0026amp; choose alternative medicine. For about 5 months in a wheelchair, finally I can walk with a stick, but after 1 week suddenly the waist above the buttocks hurts so much to stand up u0026amp; bjalan, was taken to the doctor in the anti-pain medication box u0026amp; inflammation of the joints (as pee u0026amp; kidney, God willing, normal). The lower back pain that my mother suffered from, was there any contact fracture that my mother had? If you are left alone, can you be paralyzed? As my mother is afraid to be operated on. Thanks for the answer
From the information you have conveyed, the complaints of back pain and joint pain experienced by your mother may be caused by a history of previous fractures, where previous fractures have not received optimal treatment and are re-evaluated after 5 months of fractures.
When the X-ray shows a compression fracture and a fragment is found in the area of the fracture, and the fracture is positioned, this condition indicates a large load or fracture force or a fracture that is quite heavy, which causes a shift in the location of the fracture. bone, and fracture fragments around the area of the fracture, and the risk of leg or thigh support is very low after this fracture.
Thus, a previous history of fracture complaints may be a trigger for this complaint. To reduce complaints, your mother should not walk using an injured leg, because she cannot support it properly.
However, all of this needs to be examined and confirmed directly by the orthopedic surgeon regarding your mother's complaints and current condition.
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