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Stress Fracture (cont.)

Follow-up

Once the fracture has healed, it will be important for the patient and health care practitioner to review the circumstances that caused the injury and try to minimize the risk of future stress fractures.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/11/2014

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