The penal bone. I am serious, this is not a joke.
It depends on what bone you chipped because it can be very serious
Because if your ligaments are injured, bone to bone friction can occur!
Stabilize and elevate.
yes it was
Your doctor is the one to ask. If you mean bone breaking, very serious. Perhaps paralysis.
If not treated properly I think that it can cause serious illness.
serious injury -- see a vet.
No, normal kitchen scissors would not be able to cut through bone, although they could cause serious lacerations.
No it is a good thing. (Low bone density is bad but not serious. It mostly requires physical therapy and you need to drink milk.)
The serious risks are decreasing bone health, permanent heart damage, weakened organs, and a high likelyhood of organ failure and / or death.
Chances are its just the bone that where your spine and skull connect
This would be called a sequestrum and is a serious medical complication of a broken bone. The dead bone will not be resorbed by the body and it is often in the way of where healthy new bone needs to grow, so often the sequestrum needs to be surgically removed.
No, if the bone is broken, popping it back into a joint can further damage it. It's best to go to a doctor or the ER depending on how serious it is.
It should be Pisiform, a sesmoid bone in wrist joint. One of the very dangerous bone fractured is Scaphoid in wrist joint. If not diagnosed and untreated leads to serious sequels.
No you would be in serious pain and wouldn't be able to move.
When any type of cancer metastasizes and spreads to the bone or other organs, this is very serious. Only a trained doctor who looks at the pathology of patient who has cancer that has spread to the bone can make such a diagnosis.
because a torn ligament is more serious than just a broken bone. But, in some cases when you brake a bone you also can tare a ligament so, that would be bad. Damaged cartilage is not serious at all because that's just the bendy stuff in your nose and ear. Hope this helped! :)
Aplastic Anemia is a very serious condition. If you are diagnosed with this it would mean that your blood cells are attacking your bone marrow. You may need a marrow transplant.
no football because you can break every bone in your body
CFIs can, however, have serious consequences, including infection, cellulitis, inflammation of the bone or bone marrow (osteomyelitis ), septic arthritis, and inflammation of the sheaths covering the tendons of the hand (tenosynovitis
It depends on the state, but generally it is a serious assault that results in a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury. Example being a stab wound, broken bone, ect.
Major injuries are serious injuries such as a broken bone or a serious head injury. Minor injuries are one that are not big in nature, such as a bruise or small cut.
Yes, sulfuric acid can cause serious damage to skin, flesh, and even bone.