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Old 01-10-2008, 10:40 PM   #1
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Old 01-10-2008, 10:41 PM   #2
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Old 01-10-2008, 10:44 PM   #5
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compound fracture of radius and ulna - ouchers

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compound fracture of radius and ulna - ouchers

It isn't a compound fracture.

Azylum- Yeah, I picked it up. Frame looks okay. I think it just needs forktubes, plastics and clip-ons.
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then what is it?

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Gross! Were both bones sticking through your skin? Double ouch!
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then what is it?

Compound means coming through skin... this is a break.
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ok ok ...double closed fracture

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It's just a fracture.

Compound = bones poking through skin.

Mine never came close to breaking the skin.
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It's just a fracture.

Compound = bones poking through skin.

Mine never came close to breaking the skin.
Still- very bad break. Nice metal! Will you keep it or have it removed?
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i feel your pain man. i was too stubborn when i broke my ankle and didnt want pins. now i twist my ankle like every sixs months like clockwork.
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I have a plate in my fibula, too. I was going to have it taken out. Seeing as how I will probably never be able to reenlist due to all my injuries, I think I'll just leave them in.
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I have a plate in my fibula, too. I was going to have it taken out. Seeing as how I will probably never be able to reenlist due to all my injuries, I think I'll just leave them in.
I've heard that they may give you problems in the future. I don't have any metal, so I can't say, but sbfuller's gf just got some removed from her wrist after about 10 years. Guitarman has some in his ankle, and his face and he's just fine with them. My daughter didn't have any internal pins or plates... guess it just depends on the docs.
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just hope the meds are helpin with the pain..i got a little addicted to mine after the ankle situation..dont get hooked man
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I've heard that they may give you problems in the future. I don't have any metal, so I can't say, but sbfuller's gf just got some removed from her wrist after about 10 years. Guitarman has some in his ankle, and his face and he's just fine with them. My daughter didn't have any internal pins or plates... guess it just depends on the docs.
ive got three pins in my ankle still. been there fourteen years, never bothered me. not to say they wont, but if my ankle ever bothers me in the future, itll be hard to say wether its because of the pins or the fact that it was broken in the first place.
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I busted my collar bone in half and they wouldent pin it. I wish they would have, it healed crooked so that the bone sticks way out and its ugly :(
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