Closed posterior dislocation of the ankle without fracture

Agrawal, Alok C.; Raza, H. K. T.; Haq, R. U.
July 2008
Indian Journal of Orthopaedics;Jul-Sep2008, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p360
Academic Journal
Case Study
Closed posterior dislocation of the ankle without a fracture is a rare injury. We are reporting a case in a young male on his motorbike, being hit at the right ankle from behind. The mechanisms of injury along with MRI findings are being discussed.


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