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Post-traumatic Left Foot Fractures with Subsequent Ankle Joint Fusion
Post-traumatic Left Foot Fractures with Subsequent Ankle Joint Fusion

The calcaneus bone fractures are shown fused with later development of arthritis in the talar and calcaneus articular surfaces. The subtalar articular surface is debrided using curette and motorized burr, two Acutrak screws are driven into the calcaneus across the subtalar joint and locking into the body of the talus to fuse the joint together.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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