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Foot fracture

Foot fracture: Introduction

Any break that occurs in the foot. A fracture may be caused by a sudden traumatic injury or by overuse. The foot consists of 26 bones but the toes are the most likely to suffer a fracture. ...more »

Symptoms of Foot fracture

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Foot fracture: Related Patient Stories

Foot fracture: Deaths

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Causes of Foot fracture

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Foot fracture: Undiagnosed Conditions

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