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Childhood fractures may indicate bone density problems Oct. 08, 2014 Overview Show transcript Overview Broken bones may seem like a normal part of an active childhood.
Ankle injuries: Seeking stability and a return to activity Aug. 06, 2021 Ankle injuries are fairly common and often debilitating, preventing individuals from resuming their normal levels of activity. And treatment modalities are evolving. At Mayo Cli...
"You can imagine a set of broken ribs on top of a cough," says Dr.
The patients in our study had ribs in the front of the chest that were broken, but not displaced.
"All have been injuries from which kids have recovered, including a broken neck.
"But this can be much more challenging in trauma patients, who usually have blood in the airway and broken teeth and broken facial bones — everything that goes along with head trauma that leads to a failed intu...
Oct. 08, 2014 Childhood fractures may indicate bone density problems Broken bones may seem like a normal part of an active childhood.
A fall from which a child or young adult might bounce right back up may lead to broken bones, spinal cord injuries or even death from associated injuries in an older adult.
Mayo Clinic's orthopedic surgeons have extensive experience treating the growing number of patients with broken bones around joint replacement arthroplasties (periprosthetic fractures).
Using that approach means that team members work together to assess and address the following: The athlete's mindset, goals, experience level and training methods The athlete's specific disability and typical sequela, taking into consideration, for e...
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