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Sports Injury Fractured Tibia and Fibula
The lower leg has two bones that connect the knee to the ankle: the tibia and the Fibula. The tibia is the larger of the two bones and runs on the inside of the lower leg, it is the weight bearing bone. The Fibula is much smaller and runs along the outside of the lower leg (shin fracture).
"Of all the body's long bones, the tibia is not only the most likely to be fractured, but it is also the most likely to break through the skin when it fractures. This greatly increases the risk of bacterial contamination and infection at the fracture site.…
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