Wow, interesting MRI you have there. Did you have any idea you might have a fracture? I'm not very familiar with this kind of injury but wouldn't the pain come from the movement of the bones and not the break itself? What I mean is that if the bone was broken it would slightly move and that could hit or pinch a nerve and cause the pain. Just a thought.
I did some research and found one site with a lot of information. Here's the link...
Good luck and keep us posted when you get back from the doc.
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