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Management of Talus Fractures.

Fractures of the talus are life-changing events. The talus is of vital importance to normal gait. Given its importance, great care is needed in diagnosing and treating these injuries. The threshold for operative treatment and accurate anatomic reduction should be low. Surgical tenets include the avoidance of extensive subperiosteal dissection to minimize vascular disruption. The complications with injuries to the talus are extensive and include avascular necrosis (AVN). Although AVN can prove to be a devastating sequela from this injury, it occurs less frequently than posttraumatic arthritis.

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