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Fractured Lower Leg

Fractured Lower Leg: Introduction

A break in the lower portion of the leg. The lower leg consists of two main bones (tibia - shinbone, fibula) which can be broken. Fractures often occur from a high impact trauma such as in a vehicle accident. However, low impact trauma can also cause a fracture if the bone is already stressed or weakened due to conditions such as osteoporosis. ...more »

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