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How long will it take to heal the distal humerus fracture?

hi sir, my name is dilip kumar shaw. i live in durgapur. west bengal, india.
on 26 th of march my mom got an fracture (distal humerous fracture) because of fall.
sir i want to know what is this fracture and how is the chance to full treatment and curing of this type of fracture.and where i should take my mom for treatment. a local doctor said this is very bad injury n need to surgery and also stated that curing of this type of fracture not guranteed even after surgery , is it right.
thank u
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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As now 3 months passed it is difficult to treat this type of fracture as by this time there might be mal-united fracture.
You might have taken decision at the time of fall.
Even then consult orthopedic surgeon and take his opinion.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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