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Wrist fracture

Wrist fracture: Introduction

A break or crack in one or more bones in the wrist. The wrist is the joint between the forearm and the hands. There are two main types of wrist fractures: Colles' fracture which is a break in the forearm near the wrist or a scaphoid fracture which is a break in the small wrist bone called the scaphoid. ...more »

Symptoms of Wrist fracture

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