Adolescent Fracture of the Talus Associated With Talus Partitus

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A case report of an adolescent with a fracture of the talus with an associated talus partitus is presented. Unlike the more common os trigonum, which arises from a secondary ossification center, the talus partitus is substantially larger and may include articulation with the ankle and subtalar joint, making its preservation via osteosynthesis with the talus desirable. (Journal of Surgical Orthopaedic Advances 22(2):164–167, 2013)

SKU: JSOA-2013-22-2-SU12 Categories: , Tags: , ,

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Juan Serrato, MD, and James T. Bennett, MD

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