tibial plafond

tibial plafond

; tibial platform inferior-surface tibia; articulates with trochlear surface of talus
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6% of isolated OCLs of the ankle occur in the distal tibial plafond (OCLTP), equivalent to a 14:1 or 20:1 ratio of talar:tibial OCLs in the literature.
Understanding the mechanism causing tibial plafond fracture is of major importance in order to choose the optimal method of treatment.
Longitudinal length of the healthy (without a tumor, tumor-like lesion, deformity, or trauma) femur, tibia, and lower limb were measured from the proximal end of the femoral head to the intercondylar notch, the tibial crest to the center of the tibial plafond, and the proximal end of the femoral head to the center of the tibial plafond, respectively.
Hybrid external fixation in the treatment of tibial plafond fractures.
The second stage is a vertical fracture of the medial malleolus, which may also involve some impaction of the joint surface on the medial aspect of the tibial plafond (4) (Fig.
The trochlea, or dome, of the talus (its articular surface) articulates with the tibial plafond.
The tibial plafond articulates with the talus and forms the roof of the mortise.
The overall incidence of DVT was 28% (40% with femoral shaft, 43% with tibial plateau, 22% with tibial shaft, and 12% with tibial plafond [distal articular tibia]).
A Prospective study evaluation incision placement and wound healing for tibial plafond fractures.
Convergence of the posterior edge of the tibial plafond, posterior talus, and superior calcaneus was noted in 100% of cases.