The management of syndesmotic instability in external-rotation type ankle fractures
Anterior-inferior tibiofibular ligament anatomical repair and augmentation versus trans-syndesmosis screw fixation for the syndesmotic instability in external-rotation type ankle fracture with posterior malleolus involvement: A prospective and comparativeInjury. 2016 Jul;47(7):1574-80
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68 patients with an unstable syndesmosis injury following an external rotation ankle fracture with posterior malleolus involvement were randomized to the management of the syndesmotic injury with either anterior-inferior tibiofibular ligament repair and augmentation with anchor-anchor rope construct, or standard trans-syndesmosis screw fixation. The fracture in both groups was fixed with plates an...
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