Extraperiosteal Plating of Pronation-Abduction Ankle Fractures
- Detecting and treating common fractures of the foot and ankle. Thordarson, David B. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Oct96, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p58
Part II. Focuses on the detection and treatment of fractures of the foot and ankle. Navicular stress fracture; Lisfranc fracture-dislocation; Metatarsal fractures; Sesamoid fracture; Toe fractures.
- Detecting and treating common foot and ankle fractures. Thordarson, David B. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Sep96, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p29
Part I. Discusses the diagnosis and treatment of common foot and ankle fractures. Tibial plafond; Malleolus; Maisonneuve; Calcaneus fractures; Talus fractures; Dual strategies.
- ORTHOPEDICS hyperguide self assessment. // Orthopedics;Jul2004, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p787
A quiz concerning foot and ankle fractures or injuries is presented.
- What's New in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Guyton, Gregory P.; Mizel, Mark S. // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Mar2003, Vol. 85-A Issue 3, p576
Gives an update on topics of interest in foot and ankle surgery. Treatment of adult hallux valgus; Dissemination of the use of extracorporeal shock wave therapy for treatment of plantar fasciitis; Research on alternatives to ankle fusion.
- Avoiding Complications in the Treatment of Pronation-External Rotation Ankle Fractures, Syndesmotic Injuries, and Talar Neck Fractures. Herscovici Jr., Dolfi; Anglen, Jeff O.; Archdeacon, Michael; Cannada, Lisa; Scaduto, Julia M. // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Apr2008, Vol. 90-A Issue 4, p898
The article outlines the pathological features of pronation-external rotation ankle fractures, syndesmotic injuries, and talar neck fractures. It discusses the pathological findings of the three common injuries, and the factors that could complicate the said damages. It also highlights mistakes...
- Many acutely injured ankles and feet don't need x-rays. // Modern Medicine;Sep94, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p61
Presents an abstract of the article entitled `Implementation of the Ottawa ankle rules,' written by I.G. Stiell, R.D. McKnight et al. which was published in the March 16, 1996 issue of the `Journal of the American Medical Association.'
- Comparison of passive stiffness variables and range of motion in uninvolved and involved ankle... Chesworth, Bert M.; Vandervoort, Anthony A. // Physical Therapy;Apr1995, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p252
Examines variables of ankle stiffness and dorsiflexion range of motion in the casted and noncasted ankles of humans after cast removal. Study of 30 subjects with malleolar ankle fractures; Passive torque between fractured ankles and matched noncasted ankles; Difference between fractured ankles...
- PO-RR-058-SA. // Physical Therapy;May1997, Vol. 77 Issue 5, pS20
Presents an abstract of a paper entitled `The Effects of Immobilization on Plantarflexion Strength, Endurance, and Function Following Ankle Fracture,' by M. Shaffer, K. Vandenborne et al, presented at the Physical Therapy `97: Scientific Meeting and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy...
- Predicting ankle fractures with the Ottawa rules. Lucchesi, G. M.; Jackson, R. E. // Patient Care;8/15/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p206
Presents a prospective evaluation of Ottawa rules as a means in predicting foot and ankle fractures with 100% sensitivity. Foot or ankle radiograph as a pre-requisite according to the revised rules; Research done at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan; Ottawa's sensitivity test.