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Greenstick wrist fracture: How is it treated?

A greenstick wrist fracture is common among children. It is important to note that fractures among children are different from adult due to the anatomical and physiologic variances in the developing skeleton. Bones of children are porous and softer than adults. This is the reason why there are different patterns for the fractures. Characteristics of […]