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Foot and ankle bones Foot and ankle bones A fall or blow to your ankle can break one or more of the three bones in your ankle joint — the fibula, the tibia and the talus.
Sometimes, however, a broken toe can get infected.
Poor joining of the bones during healing can shorten the bone.
A broken leg (leg fracture) is a break or crack in one of the bones in your leg.
A broken wrist is a break or crack in one or more of the bones of your wrist.
The term "broken arm" may refer to a fracture in any of these bones.
Treatment Treatments for a broken foot will vary, depending on which bone has been broken and the severity of the injury.
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You suspect a bone is broken in the neck, head or back.
Keeping the toe from moving To heal, a broken bone must not move so that its ends can knit back together.
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