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Hairline fracture foot child no cast?

Yes and no. It will depend where the broken bone is and the stability of the hairline fracture. If it is in an unstable region, a cast (and possibly nonweight-bearing) may be a good choice. Read more...

Could a hairline fracture in the radius cause stiffness and make my thumb pop when moved?

One associated. issue that arises occasionally with a fracture of the radius ( and for some reason nondisplaced fractures) is irritation of the extensor tendon that elevates the thumb tip or the EPL tendon. Another cause of "popping" can be a separate issue in the thumb itself such as a trigger thumb with irritation from the injury or swelling due to it. These issues should be discussed and examined. Read more...

I have a tumor in my left distal femur that has caused a hairline fracture last year. I have been feeling pressure and pain. Should I be concerned?

Osteonecrosis. Yes! be concerned. The tumor you had was probably a benign non-ossyfying fibroma. Usually, if your growth plate has closed (you've stop growing), then the bone growth won't exceed your bodies ability toget rid of the dying bone so that it won't cause problems. When you continue to grow osteonecrosis (dead bone) can remain and cause pain, or the the tumor can recur. Both require an mri- immediately. Read more...

Is it possible for certain types of shoes to cause a hairline fracture if worn for too long?

Yes. Poor footwear choices often lead to foot problems. A stress fracture is a crack in the bone, most commonly the metatarsal and can be caused by poorly designed or ill fitting shoes. Read more...

Hairline fracture of wrist 26 yrs ago. No recent trauma but hurts when I move it, not swollen. What could cause the pain? What can I do to lessen it?

So it says you are . 41. So at age 15 you had a hairline fracture . If it was your scaphoid then you need to get it checked out as you could easily have a nonunion, malunion and arthritis change. But that is not a definitive c thing just a chance. If it were just a simple hairline fracture in your radius odds are it had nothing to do with the current issue. But pain wiht motion all the time bears getting evaluated. Read more...
Not enough info. Your info isn't specific enough. Where does it hurt? When does it hurt? Did you have an accident? What is the pain like - burning, stabbing, electricity, ache? What lessens the pain? Read more...