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Wrist bone fracture
I have fracture in my wrist...does it requires surgery..I don't want an operation...if I didn't operate it what are consequences of that...
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Surgical intervention offers better and early recovery.
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This is an intra articular fracture dislocation and we recommend surgical intervention for the same. Optimal treatment would be reduction of fracture and stable fixation to allow early mobility of wrist to minimise stiffness and no requirement of prolonged plaster application. Avoiding surgery will have inferior results as joint reduction would not be accurate
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