OTA 2019: Suture button superior to syndesmotic screw at five years
Better Outcome for Suture Button Compared to Single Syndesmotic Screw for Syndesmosis Injury: 5- Year Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial
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Acute syndesmotic injures are commonly associated with ankle fractures, and can have long-term implications on patient function and stability. Suture buttons and syndesmotic screws are the two most commonly used techniques to treat these injuries. The authors randomized 97 patients to suture button versus syndesmotic screw fixation. Outcomes included the American Orthoapedic Foot & Ankle Society A...
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