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Harvard Medical School
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lower jaw
Broken Jaw
Jaw fractures are the third most common type of facial fractures, after fractures of the nose and cheekbone.

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nose
Broken Nose (Nasal Fracture)
A broken nose is a fracture of the nasal bones. In most cases, there is also some damage to nearby nasal cartilage, particularly the nasal septum.

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eye socket
Eye Socket Fracture (Fracture of the Orbit)
A broken bone (fracture) in the eye socket can involve the rim of the socket, the floor or both.

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hip
Hip Fracture
The hip is the joint between the upper end of the thighbone (femur) and its socket in the pelvis. A hip fracture is a crack or break in any area of the hip.

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leg
Leg Fracture
In the leg, fractures can occur almost anywhere along the straight shafts of the leg's three long bones - the femur (the thigh bone) and the tibia and fibula in the lower leg.

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collarbone
Collarbone (Clavicle) Fracture
When a bone breaks or cracks, the injury is called a fracture. In the collarbone (clavicle), fractures can happen in three separate areas.

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ankle
Ankle Fracture
Whenever a bone breaks or cracks, the injury is called a fracture. In the ankle, three different bones can be fractured.

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arm
Arm Fracture
When a bone breaks or cracks, the injury is called a fracture. In the arm, a fracture most often occurs in the long and slender shaft of one of the three arm bones. The three arm bones are the humerus, radius and ulna.


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