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Clavical Bone Fracture

Clavical Bone Fracture - How to prevent?

Clavical Bone Fracture - Diagnosis

X-rays can determine the location and extent of the injury of the affected collar bone. Sometimes, this fracture may not be noticeable until a lump (called a callus) appears over the broken area around two weeks after the fracture. This is part of the healing process of the broken bone.

Clavical Bone Fracture - Other Information

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