Real Madrid officially announced that one of their players, Aurélien Tchouameni, has been diagnosed with an incomplete stress fracture. The No. 18 will be kept away from competing for the Spanish giant until further notice.
The development was discovered by Real Madrid’s medical services recently. According to Real Madid’s official report, the discomforting situation is located at Aurélien Tchouameni’s second metatarsal. The player might have to wear a cast or brace for some time while being subjected to specific drugs and diets.
What’s an incomplete stress fracture?
It refers to a type of bone fracture where there is a partial break in the bone. Unlike complete fracture where the bone is completely broken, an incomplete stress fracture involves a crack or a small break in the bone that has not fully separared the bone fragments.
This kind of fracture is commonly caused by repetitive stress or overuse of a specific bone or joint.
The symptoms of an incomplete stress fracture may include localised pain and tenderness around the affected bone, swelling and discomfort that worsens with activity, and there may be visible bruising or a palpable lump at the site of the fracture.See Dollar(USD) to Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today!