Injured forearm


Question : I recently injured my right forearm while
lifting an object, I was sent to have a MRI performed,
and it showed no tears or ruptures ?? I still am in a
great deal of pain, and I have several painful lump
formations on my forearm, and also it displayed a bruise
or possible broken blood vessel? I have already had x-rays that were negative.
I am now being sent to an orthopedic doctor,is this the
right type of physician to see for this type of injury ?

Posted By demolition guy on April 28, 2010 at 13:38:39:

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