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5 to 8% of all paediatric fractures are in the foot, from the hindfoot, through the midfoot, forefoot and toes. Review these injuries in this foot fractures post.
A toddler presents with a swollen thigh after an injury. Could you manage a suspected mid shaft femur fracture in this age group?
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