Acute and Chronic Syndesmotic Injury: The Authors’ Approach to Treatment.
Authors of this article are:
Swords M, Brilhault J, Sands A.
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Ankle injuries are a common traumatic injury. Rupture to the syndesmosis may occur as a result of these injuries. Strategies for the treatment of both acute and chronic syndesmotic repair are reviewed in detail. Significance of Chaput, Wagstaffe, and posterior malleolus fractures on syndesmotic stability are reviewed. Treatment considerations for total ankle arthroplasty are discussed, and correction of coronal plane deformity as a result of late syndesmotic injury at the time of ankle arthroplasty is outlined.
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