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Topic: Orthopaedics

The thigh bone is connected to the .....
When is a broken leg not a broken leg? When it's a fib...
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.
Wiggle it, just a little bit?
Know the difference between metaphyseal and epiphyseal proximal humeral fractures, their classification and their treatment
A toddler presents with a swollen thigh after an injury. Could you manage a suspected mid shaft femur fracture in this age group?
Is it broken or not?
Carpal injuries are rare in kids, but we still need to know about them...
These injuries are not so 'humerus'
Hopefully time for a quick visit to fast track.