Is bruises and wounds and wounds on leg means leg bone fracture or break? What symptoms should a broken or fractured leg bone be?

Have it x-rayed. Can't tell for sure without at least an x-ray or in some cases further radiographic studies. This needs to be evaluated. The wounds are also cause for concern, especially if deep or infected. Get medical attention immediately,
Varies. Bruises signify bleeding in the soft tissues and can certainly be oresent without a break in the leg. Symptoms from a broken leg vary quite a bit based upon the severity and location of the fracture, but certainly if you can't bear weight on your leg that would be a concern. Don't hesitate to be seen if you have any question. An exam and X-ray will give a lot more information.

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What can I do if I've had a fractured bone in my leg and I am having severe swelling and bruising in my ankle?

See a specialist. I am not sure from your description if these two issues are occurring at same time. I would highly recommend you see your primary care doctor, a podiatrist or orthopedist for thorough evaluation. Read more...

What's right thing for leg bone fracture?

Xray. First get an xray and then get a cast if surgery is not needed. Make sure you are seen by an orthopedic surgeon. You will then get a set of instructrions to include whether or not you can bear weight or start physical therapy. Read more...

How can I tell from a dislocated leg bone from a broken bone? Also which is worst?

Difficult to say. If you even question this, it is probably highly advisable for you to see a physician for evaluation...Differential diagnosis is difficult without a good history and physical evaluation and perhaps some imaging studies.. See your family doc or orthopaedist..Soon. Read more...
Depends. You must get an x-ray first. Depends on the injury as too which is worst. Read more...

Are huge blood bubbles on wounds' surface normal after a multiple heel bone fracture?

Fracture Blisters. Fractures of the heel bone (os calcis) are powerful fractures usually from an mva or fall or impact type trauma. The large blood blisters are referred to a "mondors ecchymosis" and have a fairly typical distribution along either side of the heel bone and ankle following a fracture. You should see your physician for an appropriate exam and treatment. The blisters may need to be drained . Read more...
Fracture blisters. At the time of the injury more than the bone is injured but the soft tissue envelop around a bone as well. The heel bone is no exception. The injury plus swelling of the foot can result in blistering which may take several days to appear and can occur after surgery.It is not recommended to drain the blisters as long as they are intact since they act as a sterile dressing allowing the skin to heal. Read more...
Common. Blood blisters and bruising is commonly seen following a calcaneal fracture. Read more...
Heel fracture. Yes they are referred to as fracture blisters. They are common with this type of injury. This is a injury that must receive medical attention. Read more...

Can leg tilt be corrected after bone fracture after 6 years without surgery?

Generally, yes. However, It depends on the bone and the location of the fracture. Long bone fractures have better outcomes after osteotomy (rebreak and realignment) than fractures that extend into joint. At 6 years, even at your young age, if you had a fracture into a joint that healed irregularly, the joint may already have significant wear and tear (degenerative arthritis). See an orthopedic surgeon. Read more...

Had light leg tibial bone fracture on lefside in Lift crash accident 2 year back, ACL ligament is lax leading to mal aligned knee, my age (34), suggest?

See a specialist. Without more details, it's impossible to know the best course of action. See a knee specialist, get imaging and testing, and the doctor will help you to determine a course of action to take. Good luck! Read more...