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Color Palette of Pain: Different Types of Bruises and What They Mean

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Periosteal Bruises – Bone Bruises and Their Causes

Periosteal bruises, commonly known as bone bruises, occur when there is trauma or injury to the bone itself. These bruises can be painful and often result from direct impacts or repetitive stress on the bone, such as from athletic activities or accidents. Bone bruises can take longer to heal compared to bruises on soft tissue, as bones have a more limited blood supply. Symptoms of a bone bruise may include pain, swelling, tenderness, and difficulty bearing weight or moving the affected area. If you suspect a bone bruise, it is important to seek medical evaluation to rule out any fractures or more serious bone injuries.

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