Scaphoid fractures are broken down into two classifications. A non-displaced fracture occurs when the fragments of the scaphoid bone remain aligned after the break. A displaced fracture occurs when the pieces of the scaphoid bone move away from their normal alignment, causing gapping or overlapping of the bone.
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