Can there be a fracture without edema

It is not always easy to determine the fracture and find out if the bone is broken. To prevent complications, in any serious case it should be borne in mind that this is possible.

Knowing the basic symptoms of a fracture will help determine if the injury is the result. These are the questions to be answered.

  • Heard or feel the bone crunching the victim, did he have a feeling that the bone crackles or grinds? If so, you can suspect a fracture.
  • Does the damaged area look swollen? Did the skin turn blue? Swelling and discoloration - symptoms of fracture.
  • Does the damaged bone appear to be deformed? Is it different in length and shape from the same bone on the other side of the body? If so, the bone is likely broken.
  • Does the victim complain of pain andsensitivity - especially if one gently probes the bone along? Can the victim indicate a painful place? If so, chances are high that the bone is broken.
  • Can the victim move the damagedfiniteness? Does it move abnormally or unnaturally? With a fracture, the movement causes pain, so the reluctance or inability to wiggle the limb indicates a fracture. But this is not always true. Sometimes the victim can move the damaged bone, almost without experiencing pain.