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Lisfranc Injuries.

Lisfranc injuries were thought to primarily occur during high-energy events, leading to a preference for fusion treatment; however, recent data have shifted this perspective by highlighting a greater occurrence of low-energy injuries and reshaping the focus on open reduction internal fixation. This multifaceted process is guided by various factors, including the nature of the injury, specific anatomic considerations, and the involved joints. Our overarching goal remains to achieve anatomic reduction, with flexibility in hardware fixation methods. In cases of comminution, bridge plating may be warranted, potentially followed by arthrodesis in the future.

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