Why Do My Bones Hurt In My Legs And Ft?

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Your doctor will examine your injured leg, checking for swelling, deformity, abrasions, bruising and tenderness. To help determine whether a sharp edge of broken bone has damaged your leg's blood vessels or nerves, the doctor also will feel the pulses along the length of your injured leg, and will check for normal skin feeling and muscle strength in your leg and foot. If the physical examination suggest that your leg's arteries or large veins may have been injured, the doctor will...

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