A hairline fracture is a nondisplaced fracture.
I have a hairline fracture and I don't need a cast
A pelvic hairline fracture is a fracture of the pelvis that is characterized by an incomplete crack in one of the pelvic bones. Most pelvic hairline fractures can be treated without surgery and with modification of daily activities.
Yes a hairline fracture can heal by itself but the treatment modality depends on the age of the patient, type of fracture and the effected bone.
If you think you have a hairline fracture you should probably go get it checked out before it gets worse...
a hairline fracture is not as serious as you would think the skull can heal its self fairly quickly
A hairline pelvic fracture may include symptoms such as pain in or around the fracture and swelling. Depending on where the fracture is located, you may also experience issues with the bladder.
Tim's leg had a hairline fracture.
There are many possible symptoms associated with a hairline fracture. These fractures should hurt and make you weaker than normal.
It's a fracture you can only see on an x-ray.
If you have a hairline fracture in your wrist, the cast will usually be worn for about 3 weeks. The exact time will depend upon how the fracture is healing.
Yes..You Can Get A Cast For Just A Hairline Fracture It Still Means You Have A Fracture (break) And A Cast Will Be Used To Mend The Bones because however serious It Is The Fracture Will Need To Be Mended Hope This Helps
How long a cast is on depends on the location of the hairline fracture. In sensitive areas the cast will need to be worn longer.
A hairline hip fracture, also known as a stress fracture, can be one of the hardest fractures to diagnose. You would experience a great deal of pain when any pressure is placed on the leg in which the hip fracture is located.
Yes but I would not do it
Your doctor will tell you how long to expect a hairline fracture to heal. You will need to follow the instructions of the doctor completely to aid in healing.
fracture depends what kind of brake could be a compound or hairline fracture but mainly a fracture
A hairline forearm fracture will cause site specific, localized pain as well as pain throughout the entire limb. Swelling around the site of the fracture may occur as well as redness.
Just by waiting for it to recover