Non Displaced Fracture?

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A non displaced fracture is a bone that has cracked and has the broken pieces in alignment. The injury does not show from outside but shows a line or a crack in the x-ray and is painful.
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Fractures can be displaced or non-displaced, and this attempts to explain whether
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Not Medical Advice: In a non-displaced fracture, the 2 ends of bone still align; in a closed fracture, the bone has not broken through the skin. Check with MD
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displaced.
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A non-displaced fracture is much better than a displaced fracture. In a non-displaced fratucre the bone is broken, but not moved from its original placement. This allows it to theroetically
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