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This study is comprised of 71 patients with inversion injuries. The purpose of this article is to present a logical and orderly approach in evaluating these injuries. A comprehensive review of the literature concerning diagnostic techniques and mechanisms of injury related to inversion ankle trauma is presented. Inversion ankle injuries are frequently(More)
Dislocation of the tibialis posterior tendon from behind the medial malleolus is a very rare lesion. The authors present two cases of this pathology with special reference to surgical correction. Historical review, mechanism of injury, diagnosis, and treatment will also be discussed.
Many authors have presented classification systems for traumatic injuries to the foot and ankle. These systems of classification have been based on many factors (e.g., mechanism of injury, fracture pattern, fracture position and location). The most commonly used traumatic classification systems of the foot and ankle are reviewed. The staging, mechanism of(More)
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