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Hip fracture

Introduction: Hip fracture

Description of Hip fracture

Hip fracture (medical condition): A break in the hip bone - also called a broken hip. Hip fractures in the elderly are commonly caused by falls - even a minor fall ...more

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Hip fracture: breaks or rupture in bones or cartilages of the hip; for fractures of the femoral shaft below the subtrochanteric region use LIMB FRACTURE.
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Hip fracture as a Disease

Hip fracture (medical condition): See Hip fracture (disease information).
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Hip fracture: Related Diseases

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Hip fracture as a Symptom

Hip fracture (symptom): Type of Hip symptoms.

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