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Welcome to the Broken Bones Ask a Doctor Questions - featuring expert answers to medical questions. Learn more about a specific symptom, medication, side effect, syndrome or disease.
surgical pins removed finger is red, swollen, going crooked
Answered on 12-29-2016 22:36pm
bone healing doesn't occur. Instead the nail start breaking
Answered on 07-25-2015 07:35am
good formation of the bones was observed
Shafi Ullah Khan
Answered on 06-09-2016 07:12am
recommend surgery but I want other options.
Answered on 04-16-2016 23:21pm
wrist gave way and cracked, xrays, MRI, no word...
Answered on 10-30-2015 19:26pm
can surgury on fractured metatarsal heads make them worse?
Answered on 05-07-2015 07:49am
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