Boxer's Fracture (cont.)
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The typical symptoms of a boxer's fracture are pain or tenderness centered in a specific location on the hand corresponding to one of the metacarpal bones, around the knuckle. The person may also note pain with movement of the hand or fingers.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 11/30/2015
Manuel Hernandez, MD
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