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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Midshaft Fibula Fracture

You have sustained an isolated fracture to the middle of you your fibula (outside bone in your leg). This normally takes approximately 6 weeks to unite (heal) although pain and…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Managing Dupuytren’s disease

Dupuytren’s disease is a disorder of the palmar fascia of the hand. The palmar fascia is the connective tissue lying under the skin in the palm and the fingers. The…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Neck of 5th Metacarpal Fracture

You have sustained an injury to the neck of your 5th meta carpal (long bone on the outside of your hand)…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Nuclear Medicine Gallium Scan

A Gallium scan looks for certain types of cells by labelling them with a small amount of radioactivity. These cells identify areas of inflammation, infection or increased metabolic function. A…

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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23 June 2017 | Leaflet

Mallet Finger

Mallet finger is the drooped-down deformity of the end section of a finger, after damage to the extensor tendon.

23 June 2017
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23 June 2017
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Nuclear Medicine (Ceretec) Brain Scan

A brain scan looks at the blood flow within your brain. A small amount of radioactivity is used to obtain pictures of your brain. Images are taken using a Gamma…