After reset, as shown in the figure below, there is no complete reset. The doctor said that the technique can not be reset well. Moreover, the child is still young, and the calf can not be turned over often. The adult basically does not move. There are two problems. The first is whether such reset is OK, and the second is how the amplitude of the child's calf hyperactivity is acceptable and will not be misplaced again?
Hello, I can't see the film now. I suggest you pass the film first. Generally, children's fracture can be treated conservatively. It's not intra-articular fracture without obvious epiphyseal injury. As long as the force line is good after fracture reduction, it can be fixed with plaster splint after reduction, and the film can be taken for review every week
The baby has a fracture. If you have gone to the hospital to make a clear diagnosis that the manipulation cannot be reset and meet the surgical indications, you can take surgical treatment. Excessive exercise is not recommended to prevent dislocation. Eat more foods and fruits with high calcium content.
In this case, it is recommended to upload the check film and judge the specific situation of reset. If the reduction is not good, it is recommended to consider surgical treatment and reduction and fixation under anesthesia, such as common department needle fixation, and then assisted plaster fixation. After the operation, pay attention not to go down to the ground to bear weight. Generally, there will be no obvious dislocation.