Custom Talar Prosthesis After Open Talar Extrusion in a Pediatric Patient

@article{Stevens2007CustomTP,
  title={Custom Talar Prosthesis After Open Talar Extrusion in a Pediatric Patient},
  author={Benjamin W. Stevens and Christopher M Dolan and John Gregor Ware Anderson and Charles D Bukrey},
  journal={Foot & Ankle International},
  year={2007},
  volume={28},
  pages={933 - 938}
}
  • Benjamin W. Stevens, Christopher M Dolan, +1 author Charles D Bukrey
  • Published in Foot & ankle international 2007
  • Medicine
  • Open extrusion of the talus without a concomitant talar fracture is rare, with only 12 reported cases describing the unfractured talus completely removed from the body with or without the smallest amount of soft tissue present.1,10,16 Rarer yet is this injury in a pediatric patient, having only been documented in one patient.13 Leitner9 described the progression of injury and mechanism for total dislocation of the talus as resulting either from excessive supination or pronation with the talus… CONTINUE READING

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