1. Identify the Facture she is having ?
2. Name the most likely condition this patients has sustained ?
3. What is the condition in this patient that predisposes to this injury ?
4. Describe briefly how this condition is treated ?
5. Outline the advice that should be given to this patient prior to discharge ?
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