Vaidynathan Singaravadivelu

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A fracture of the entire posterior process of talus is rare. In this case report, the authors present a case of isolated displaced fracture of the entire posterior process, which was treated by early open reduction and internal fixation through a posterolateral approach. The fracture healed without evidence of avascular necrosis of either the posterior(More)
A 40-year-old man sustained trauma while walking and presented three months after trauma. The attitude of left hip was flexion, neutral rotation, and neutral abduction/adduction with an arc of flexion available from 30 degrees to 90 degrees . No movement was possible in other planes. On roentgenogram and 3D computed tomography, the femoral head was lying(More)
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