A fractured clavicle in children usually heals with a small bump and will remodel in time. The clavicle is the first bone to ossify. The shaft of the ...
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Although these fractures are very painful, the majority can successfully be treated with conservative measures, particularly non- and minimally-displaced fracture.
It is no longer enough to just be thin. You must be skeletal. Lumpy thin, a la Kirsten Dunst, is so nineties. Anyone can starve, darlings. But not everyone can make their bones pop just so.
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