The recovery time for a femur fracture varies based on the extent of the injury and the patient's overall health. Surgery is the most common method of treating a femur fracture in the United States, and recovery from thi... More »

Potential causes of femur pain include a fracture or break, infection, hormone deficiency, overuse, and repetitive movements, explains Healthline. Femur pain can indicate an interruption in the blood supply, leukemia, bo... More »

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A hairline hip fracture, also commonly called a stress fracture, is a crack in the femur or femoral neck that, if not treated properly, can get larger over time, according to Houston Methodist Orthopedics and Sports Medi... More »

The recovery time for a boxer's fracture is typically 10 to 12 weeks after the initial injury, according to About.com. The recovery time may vary, though, based on the patient's health status and the extent of the injury... More »

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If a physician suspects a thumb fracture, he typically examines the injury and then orders X-rays to confirm the diagnosis, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Based on the diagnosis, the physician... More »

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A hairline hip fracture, also commonly called a stress fracture, is a crack in the femur or femoral neck that, if not treated properly, can get larger over time, according to Houston Methodist Orthopedics and Sports Medi... More »

MRI scans can be useful for tracking recovery or assessing a patient's susceptibility to further injury, even after he has healed. In cases of brain damage from a stroke, MRI scans can help predict the chances of further... More »

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