What Is a Non Displaced Fracture of L Radial Head?

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A non-displaced fracture of the left radial head means that the break is not out of place. The radial head is part of the radius. The radius is the one of the two bones in the forearm (between wrist and elbow).
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The radius is one of two bones of the forearm. It's on the thumb side of your forearm. It's wide at the wrist end (distal) and narrow at the elbow end (proximal) The. radial head.
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A nondisplaced fracture is a broken forearm at the elbow. Out of the four main classifications of radial breaks, this is probably the best one to have. It requires the least amount
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The radius is one of two bones of the forearm. It's on the thumb side of your forearm. It's wide at the wrist end (distal) and narrow at the elbow end (proximal) ...
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