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Published: March 10

My hand was broken when it got slammed into a car door.

Comment from: Sillyarb, 19-24 Female (Patient) Published: July 21

While at a friend's with a balcony, we got somewhat adventurous and climbed onto scaffolding that was just outside. On my return jump to the balcony, my feet met wet wood and slid out from under me. I landed on my behind and my right hand... A metacarpal broke in two places, but the bottle I was holding with my left survived.

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