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Broken collarbone Broken collarbone The collarbone connects the breastbone to the shoulder blade.
Surgery usually isn't necessary for a broken nose.
Most broken toes heal well, usually within four to six weeks.
A broken foot is an injury to the bone.
A broken leg (leg fracture) is a break or crack in one of the bones in your leg.
A broken hand is a break or crack in one or more of the bones of your hand.
Broken ribs Broken ribs A fractured rib occurs when one of the bones in your rib cage breaks or cracks.
The seriousness of a broken ankle varies.
Broken blood vessel in the eye Broken blood vessel in the eye A broken blood vessel in the eye may look alarming, but it's usually harmless.
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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