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Ankle Fracture Menu 


- See:
          - Radiographic Studies
     
     - AO/Weber Classification & Surgical Treatment:
             - Type A
             - Type B    (Antiglide Plate: )
             - Type C
     - Antiglide Plate
     - Fracture Dislocations of the Ankle
     - Lateral Malleolar Fractures
     - Lauge Hansen Classification:
              - Pronation - Abduction Injuries
              - Pronation-External (Eversion) Rotation Injuries
              - Supination - Adduction Injuries
              - Supination - External (Eversion) Rotation Injury

     - Maisonneuve Fracture
     - Medial Malleolus Fractures
     - Open Ankle Fractures
     - Pilon Fracture
     - Pediatric Ankle Fractures
     - Posterior Malleolar Fractures
     - Postoperative Management
     - Pronation - Abduction Injuries
     - Pronation-External (Eversion) Rotation Injuries
     - Radiographic Studies 
     - Surgical Approaches to the Ankle
     - Supination - Adduction Injuries
     - Supination - External (Eversion) Rotation Injury
     - Syndesmotic Injury
     - Treatment:  NonOperative
     - Trimalleolar Fracture
     - Vertical Loading of the Ankle - Pronation Dorsiflexion) 

   
     











Incidence and clinical relevance of tibiofibular synostosis in fractures of the ankle which have been treated surgically

The Incidence of Thromboembolic Events in Surgically Treated Ankle Fracture



Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

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