What is the treatment for a hairline fracture in the wrist?

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A hairline fracture means the bone has not been displaced. With proper care, the bone will heal without any deformity. The best treatment available is the use of a cast, which will immobilize the wrist and prevent the bone from displacing before it heals.
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