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Calcaneal fracture

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File 9d.JPG 7 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:28
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Figure 9D. Postoperative lateral radiograph showing anatomic reduction of joint surface with lateral plate and screws.  
File 9c.JPG 8 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:28
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Figure 9C. Preoperative coronal CT scan demonstrating Sanders Type II B fracture.  
File 9b.JPG 5 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:28
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Figure 9B. Preoperative axial, Harris radiograph demonstrating madial fracture line and varus malalignment.  
File 7.JPG 52 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:28
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Figure 8. Note low profile implant on lateral surface of calcaneus to minimize skin tension and hold reduction.  
JPEG File 3b_tongue_type.jpg 28 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:27
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Figure 4. Schematic diagram of tongue fracture. Note secondary fracture line exits posterior aspect of posterior tuberosity.  
JPEG File 3a_joint_depression_type.jpg 28 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:27
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Figure 3. Schematic diagram of a joint depression fracture. Note secondary fracture line exits dorsally on posterior tuberosity.  
File 9f.JPG 6 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:27
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Figure 9F. Postoperative coronal CT scan demonstrating reduction of fracture and laterally placed hardware.  
File 9e.JPG 6 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:27
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Figure 9E. Postoperative axial radiograph demonstrating good axial alignment with laterally placed plate/screws.  
File 9a.JPG 6 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:27
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Figure 9A. Preoperative lateral radiograph of displaced joint depression fracture. Notice "crescent sign" showing the amount of impaction of the articular fragment into the body of the calcaneus.  
File 6.JPG 188 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:26
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Figure 6. Diagram demonstrating Schanz pin in calcaneal tuberosity. The tuberosity is indirectly reduced with the pin by 1) pulling out to length, 2) out of varus, 3) medially translated.  
File 4.JPG 742 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:26
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Figure 5. Diagram of Sander's CT classification of intraarticular calcaneal fractures  
File 5.JPG 20 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:26
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Figure 7. Intraoperative photograph showing L-shaped extensile approach with retraction pins in tip of fibula, neck of talus and cuboid.  
File 2.JPG 32 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:26
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Figure 2. Coronal CT scan through both heels demonstrating split posterior facet, varus, medial cortical overlap. Note dorsal wedge shape of posterior tuberosity fragment will preclude reduction of the articular fragment until it is reduced.  
File 1.JPG 27 kB Rose Olea Oct 18, 2010 16:26
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Figure 1. Note swelling and blister formation along lateral hindfoot following closed calcaneal fracture.  
Microsoft Word 97 Document Figure 1.doc 290 kB David Thordarson Mar 09, 2010 11:07
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