Doctors for Bone Fracture in Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai
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A bone fracture refers to the breakage of a bone due to various causes like falls, injuries, accidents or even conditions like osteoporosis which can make the bones brittle and susceptible to such problems. The various kinds of fractures include simple, compound, stress and hairline fractures. These fractures may cause swelling, pain, inability to move the affected limb, and even bleeding in case it is an open fracture.
HOW IS BONE FRACTURE DIAGNOSED?
A bone fracture is diagnosed by an orthopedic by considering the history given, physical examination and radiographic imaging such as taking an X-Ray. CT scan or MRI scan is also done in multiple cases of bone fracture.
HOW IS BONE FRACTURE TREATED?
A fracture often requires emergency treatment at a hospital. Treatment of bone fractures is broadly classified as surgical or conservative, the latter basically referring to any non-surgical procedure, such as pain management, immobilization or other non-surgical stabilization. Serious fractures may require open reduction -- repositioning using surgery. In some cases, devices such as pins, plates, screws, rods, or glue are used to hold the fracture in place.
DID YOU KNOW?
The worst thing for a broken bone is to move it. This will hurt the person and it can make the injury worse! In the case of a broken arm or leg, a grown-up may be able to cushion or support the surrounding area with towels or pillows.
Osteoporosis means ‘porous bone’, is a bone disorder when your bones tend to become too weak and brittle. The bones become so brittle and weak that a slight movement or fall can result in a fracture. In this condition, too much bone is lost and the body is not capable to replace the lost bones. Osteoporosis can affect people of all ages and is common in both men and women. Osteoporosis also called thinning bones has the following signs and symptoms:
• Loss of height
• A stooped posture
• Back pain which results from a fracture
• A bone fracture
Some of the risk factors of osteoporosis are:
• Sex- women are most likely to develop osteoporosis than men
• Age- the risk of osteoporosis increases with age
• Family history- you will likely to have osteoporosis if someone in your family has it
• Body size- people with smaller frame tend to develop the disorder more than people with larger body frame size
Bone fracture is the most common complication resulting from osteoporosis. An injury may even result in death. X-rays help to determine the bone density of the person and osteoporosis can be detected. Certain medications, hormone related therapy and some other alternative medicines can also help reduce the risk of death at an early age.
A bone fracture or simply a fracture, has the following types:
1. Comminuted fracture- comminuted fracture is when your bones are shattered down into several pieces
2. Greenstick fracture- in case of greenstick fractures, the bones do not break into thousand pieces but it only bends and cracks. Common in children, greenstick fracture looks similar to breaking of a small green branch of a tree. Resulting from a fall or an injury, the signs and symptoms greenstick fracture varies from person to person.
3. Leg fracture- a leg fracture or a broken leg is a crack or break of the bones in the leg. Swelling, tenderness, severe pain and inability to walk are some of the sign and symptoms of a leg fracture. Complications of a leg fracture includes, ankle pain, arthritis, bone infection and blood vessel damage.
4. Clavicle fracture- a clavicle fracture or a broken collarbone are more common in children and young adults. Any kind of falls, sports injury, vehicle trauma and birth injury can result in a clavicle fracture.
5. Hand fracture- a hand fracture or a broken hand/wrist is when there is a break or a crack in one of the bones in the hand/wrist. Extreme pain, bruising, tenderness, numbness and stiffness or inability to move the hand are some of the symptoms of a hand fracture.
6. Humerus fracture- humerus is one of the three bones in the arms and any kind of fall or injury can result in a humerus fracture. Treatment varies on the type of the injury.
7. Patella fracture- a fracture of the kneecap is known as a patella fracture. Patella fracture is one of the most common type of knee injuries. The doctor might recommend a surgery or prescribe few medicines to treat patella fracture.
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