MRI diagnosis of trapped periosteum following incomplete closed reduction of distal tibial Salter-Harris II fracture

@article{Raman2011MRIDO,
  title={MRI diagnosis of trapped periosteum following incomplete closed reduction of distal tibial Salter-Harris II fracture},
  author={Subha V. Raman and E C Wallace},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={41},
  pages={1591-1594}
}
Irreducible fracture of the distal tibial physis due to interposed soft tissue including periosteum is well documented in the orthopedic literature but is uncommon. This condition has been associated with subsequent growth disturbance and requires open reduction. There are very few prior reports of MRI depiction of soft tissue interposition and none of periosteal interposition in the distal tibial physis. This is a relatively common location of physeal injury and related growth disturbance. We… CONTINUE READING

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