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for wrist fracture

 

A fractured wrist is the same thing as a broken wrist. A wrist fracture usually occurs from a fall on an outstretched hand or from a very heavy direct blow to your arm. There are two bones in your forearm: the radius and the ulna. The most commonly fractured bone is your radius. The radius is the bone that takes 80 per cent of your weight when you push up from your hand. 

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