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fracture

Fracture refers to the complete or partial fracture of the continuity of bone structure. More common in children and the elderly, young and middle-aged people also occur from time to time. Patients often have one site fracture, and a few have multiple fractures. After timely and appropriate treatment, most patients can recover their original functions, and a few patients can leave different degrees of sequelae.

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