A dislocation is a separation of two bones where they meet at a joint. (Joints are areas where two bones come together.) A dislocated bone is no longer in its normal position, which may result in damage to ligaments, nerves, and blood vessels.
It may be hard to tell a dislocated bone from a
Most dislocations can be treated in a...Read more
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