Reimplantation of a Totally Extruded Talus: A Case Report

Apostle, K. L.; Umran, T.; Penner, M. J.
July 2010
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jul2010, Vol. 92-A Issue 7, p1661
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case report of a thirty-nine-year-old man with intraabdominal injuries and musculoskeletal injuries like radial styloid fracture, left supracondylar femoral fracture, right talus medial fracture, and total talar extrusion. He was taken to the operating for the physical examination and treatment, the debridement and washing, and the talus reimplantation through the open wound. After the operation, the patient participated the six-months physiotherapy and a periodical checkup.


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