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Fractures of the talus have been described for 400 years. This article reviews the history of this injury and its treatment. It also discusses the modern results and complications involved with the injury and treatment.
A case is reported in which abrupt cessation of long term reserpine therapy for hypertension was followed by hallucinations and mania. Reserpine is thought to induce a denervation sensitivity to dopamine in the basal ganglia and chemotactic trigger zone in man and to catecholaminergic agents in the basal ganglia and mesolimbic system in animals.… (More)