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- 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