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Fractured tibia

Fractured tibia: Related Topics

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Fractured tibia as a Disease

Fractured tibia: Type of or association with medical condition Broken leg.
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Fractured tibia: Related Diseases

Fractured tibia: Fractured tibia is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Fractured tibia as a subtype of Broken leg

Broken leg (medical condition): Fracture of a bone in the upper or lower leg

Broken leg (medical condition): A break or fracture of a bone in the leg. Most broken legs are as a result of a fall or accident. The leg consists of 4 bones connected by three joints - hip, knee and ankle. The time taken for a broken leg to heal depends on the location and type of break and can take as little as a few weeks or as long as a few months. The femur (bone in the top part of the leg) is the longest and strongest bone in the body.

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