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Method of treatment of Bennett's fracture dislocation.
He has a Bennett's fracture in his thumb and had an operation today so we are looking at about six weeks and we'll see how he goes," Hull coach Richard Agar said.
Bennett's fracture (Figure 5) was first described by Edward Hallaran Bennett in 1882 and involves a partial articular fracture of the base of the 1st metacarpal.