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Tibia Fracture

Tibia fractures are lower limb fractures in younger people, and severe trauma or injury causes this type of fracture. The signs are severe pain in the lower leg, numbness, and deformation of the shin, knee, and ankle. In this, the bone is broken into many pieces.

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Do all injuries require a bone density test?

Query: Hello doctor, A very minimal joint effusion and subcutaneous edema are seen in the anteromedial aspect near the tibia condyle. STIR sequence suggests severe dense marrow contusion injury associated with subchondral hairline fractures limited to the medial tibial condyle. I have been on full-leg pla...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to I am sorry to hear about your injury and hope to help you. As per your MRI report (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity), you have a fracture of the proximal tibia, which is undisplaced. Continue the above-knee cast for two more weeks, and then it wil...  Read Full »

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