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Q: How long the healing time for Minimally displaced fracture of right fibula?
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Is a distal fibula fracture with callus good or bad?

A bone fracture is never good. A callus on the bone fracture indicates healing has started.


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What is a fracture of the medial malleolus?

this is a fracture of the lower end of the fibula on the inner side of your ankle i walked on mine for a day before i had x ray am now in plaster


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What is an acute subacute oblique distal fibula fracture?

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