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Talus fracture associated with a fracture dislocation of the distal tibia in an immature skeleton.

A 12-year-old boy with a severe injury of his right ankle was treated in the accident unit. The local condition was an extensive open wound with parts of the fractured bones prominent. Radiographs showed a severely displaced fracture of the body of the talus associated with a Salter-Harris IV injury of the distal tibia and subluxation of the ankle. After proper debridement the fractured bones were reduced and fixed. Eleven years later both fractures are completely healed without any sign of avascular necrosis, the patient has full painless ankle movement and he can perform his demanding occupation without any problem.

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