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[Bilateral apophyseal rupture of the tibial tuberosity in the athlete].

The fracture through the apophysis underlining the tibial tuberosity remains an infrequent traumatic lesion. The simultaneous bilateral occurrence of this injury is rare. A 16-year old athlete suffered an Ogden type 1B fracture on the left and a type 1B injury combined with a Salter II lesion on the right side during the acceleration phase of a high jump. Open reduction and internal fixation were carried out bilaterally on the day of the injury. Hardware removal was performed after 12 weeks. Full range of motion and return to athletic activity was obtained 20 weeks after the injury. A modification of the Ogden classification is suggested.

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