Triplane fractures of the ankle

Shelain Patel, Fares Haddad
British Journal of Hospital Medicine 2009, 70 (1): 34-40
Triplane fractures are fractures that occur in three planes. They occur in the adolescent population, with the ankle joint most frequently involved. Early recognition of the complex fracture pattern and appropriate treatment thereafter will maximize the chances of a favourable outcome.

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