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Left hand knee Fracture
Dear Sir, Yesterday my friend fallen from tree by 4 meter of height. Because of Sunday there is no availability of any doctor at my location. Today we took him to hospital. Doctor said there is some mild fracture and dislocation, & some blood clot also. Doctor advised to take fiber casting for three weeks. But we have some doubt, is there any need of removing blood clot before putting fiber casting for his hand or shel we go for Neuro-Doctor suggestion regarding blood clot for taking further action. Kindly find the attached reports below. Kindly suggest us what to do. Thanking you.
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No boney injury? I think plaster cast for 2-3 wks. Should suffice.
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There is no fracture or disclocation according to me Wear a shoulder immobiliser for 2 weeks Apply ice packs and take medicines.
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Blood clot removal depends on clinical picture
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Follow your orthodoctors advice and go for plaster  treatment..No need to worry about clot
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