Author(s): Yde J, Kristensen KD, Yde J, Kristensen KD, Yde J, Kristensen KD, Yde J, Kristensen KD
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Abstract Supination-eversion fractures of stage IV, 60 treated operatively and 29 non-operatively, were seen at follow-up after 3-10 years. This disclosed a statistically significant difference between the results of the two methods. Operation which attempted to re-establish the anatomical position was apparently the better method in the presence of more than minimal displacement or a suspicion of deltoid ligament rupture.
This article was published in Acta Orthop Scand
and referenced in Journal of Arthritis