What are the Common Children's & Adolescent Arm Injuries?
Children's Arm Injuries
Children's and Adolescent injuries differ from adult injuries mainly because the bones are still growing. The growth plates (physis) are cartilaginous (strong connective tissue) areas of the bones from which the bones elongate or enlarge. Repetitive stress or sudden large forces can cause injury to these areas.
Common Children's & Adolescent Injuries
FAQ's about Children's & Adolescent Injuries
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