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Radiologic evaluation of ankle fracture malunions of the fibula.

Skeletal Radiology 2024 April 7
Ankle fractures involving the distal fibula are common injuries. Malreductions and subsequent malunions of the distal fibula can result in worse clinical outcomes and posttraumatic arthritis. The ability to accurately evaluate and identify malreductions and malunions of the distal fibula is important. A number of different radiographic and CT measurements have been described to assess fibular length and rotation. This review highlights various radiologic measures and discusses their advantages and limitations.

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