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Scaphoid Fractures

By 22 March 2012February 20th, 2024No Comments

Scaphoid fractures are often difficult to diagnose and may end up with non-union if not treated correctly in the early phase of the injury. Repeat radiographs or MRI scans may help to detect scaphoid fractures. There are different treatment options available for the treatment of Scaphoid fractures including cast application, splinting and surgical fixation. Non-unions (fractures that fail to heal) are mostly treated by means of surgery.

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