boxer's fracture

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box·er's frac·ture

fracture of the neck of a metacarpal bone, typically of the fifth metacarpal.
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boxer's fracture

Sports medicine A fracture of the 5th metacarpal neck after a direct blow on the 5th metacarpal head with the fist clenched, causing dorsal angulation of the fracture line and volar displacement of the head
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box·er's frac·ture

(boks'ĕrz frak'shŭr)
Fracture of the neck of a metacarpal bone (most often the fifth) with volar displacement of the head of the bone.
Synonym(s): fracture of fifth metacarpal.
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