Dr. Dana Johnson: Fractures Can be a Common Childhood Injury

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Fortunately, fractures in children do not usually require surgery. Usually all that is required for treatment is immobilization, which generally is done with a cast made of fiberglass or plaster.

Fortunately, fractures in children do not usually require surgery. Usually all that is required for treatment is immobilization, which generally is done with a cast made of fiberglass or plaster.

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