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  • elbow
  • The general rule for splinting is that the joint above the fracture (ie: the elbow) and all the joints below (fingers and thumb) need to be immobilized to protect the fracture. (wikihow.com)
  • external fixation
  • 4 Special attention should be paid to fractures that are treated with an external fixation because the wrist is often held in a pronated position, predisposing the patient to a contracture at the distal radioulnar joint. (wikidot.com)
  • Efficacy
  • Because acceptable to good test-retest reliability and internal consistency were demonstrated for the PRWE, DASH, TSK, CAT of the CSQ, and SES, they can be used to detect and monitor fear of movement/(re)injury, catastrophic cognitions, and self-efficacy in patients with radius fracture in the acute and subacute phase. (diva-portal.org)
  • Lateral
  • I have a non-displaced lateral fibular fracture and am in a cam walking boot.Injured 4 weeks ago.Can i start any mobilization at all without the boot? (healthtap.com)
  • I have a lateral maellous fracture that is closed with medial stress fracture I am in a short leg non walking cast still a lot of bruising swelling? (healthtap.com)
  • severe
  • If the pain is severe or the wrist looks deformed (the bone is sticking out or you think it might have fractured in more than one place) you should go to the hospital immediately. (wikihow.com)