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Ankle Injury Pinned

Talar fracture that was sustained in head-on collision.

Ankle Surgery
Surgeons performed an open reduction (through dual incision) and internal fixation of the talus using two 4-0 partially threaded cannulated screws. Included  partial excision of the talus and calcaneous and local bone grafting.

Ankle Injury Pinned

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Ankle Injury Pinned

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