The symptoms of a broken foot are pain and an inability of the foot to bear the person's weight, says MedicineNet. The foot is also swollen, tender and bruised. The patient may even see a deformation of his foot. More »

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Weight bearing or incomplete immobilization of the fractured foot can lengthen the healing time of a Jones fracture, which is a fracture of the fifth metatarsal bone in the foot. In general, Jones fractures have a longer... More »

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, or AAOS, a fractured tibia takes from four to six months to heal and sometimes longer. The healing time varies depending on the type and severity of the fracture... More »

Symptoms of a fractured rib are mild or severe pain on the injured area, pain when breathing deeply, and pain when someone touches the breastbone, according to WebMD. Patients may also have shortness of breath due to bre... More »

The symptoms of a fractured pelvic bone fracture include pain and sensitivity in the pelvic bone region, explains Drugs.com. Bruising and swelling of the areas around the pelvic bone may also signify that a person has a ... More »

Symptoms of a sacral fracture include pain in the groin, buttocks, back or hips, and treatment options include rest and pain medications, according to Drugs.com. If the sacral fracture is severe, surgery may be necessary... More »

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The symptoms of a fibula fracture are pain in the affected limb, and difficulty or inability for the affected limb to bear weight, according to Drugs.com. If the fracture is very bad, the broken bone may break the skin. More »

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