Pediatric Distal Tibial Fracture
- Fractures of Distal Tibial Metaphysis
- Pediatric Ankle Fractures
- Stage II Supination
- Salter Harris III
- Salter Harris IV
- Triplane Fracture
- Angular Deformity:
- varus deformities most common complication found w/ distal tibia growth plate injuries 2nd to osseous bridge on medial portion of epiphyseal plate;
- Limb Shortening:
- 2nd most common problem;
- medial malleolar ossicle:
Salter-Harris Type-IV injuries of the distal tibial epiphyseal growth plate, with emphasis on those involving the medial malleolus.
Distal tibial physeal fractures in children that may require open reduction.
Epiphyseal fractures of the distal ends of the tibia and fibula. A retrospective study of two hundred and thirty-seven cases in children.
Acquired valgus deformity of the tibia in children.
Fracture of the lateral portion of the distal tibial epiphysis.
Outcome of physeal and epiphyseal injuries of the distal tibia with intra-articular involvement.
Premature physeal closure following distal tibia physeal fractures: a new radiographic predictor.
Surgical Indications for Distal Tibial Epiphyseal Fractures in Children
Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.
Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Monday, April 13, 2015 11:27 am