alexa Acute and chronic syndesmosis injuries: pathomechanisms, diagnosis and management.
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Anthropology

Author(s): Espinosa N, Smerek JP, Myerson MS

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Abstract Both acute and chronic syndesmotic injuries can lead to significant morbidity. The key to management of acute injuries is anatomic reduction of the fibula and the syndesmosis. A high index of suspicion for syndesmotic injuries will allow the surgeon to avoid the difficult reconstruction options for chronic diastasis. This article was published in Foot Ankle Clin and referenced in Anthropology

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