tibial plafond

tibial plafond

; tibial platform inferior-surface tibia; articulates with trochlear surface of talus
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Cogunlukla malleol kiriklari olmak uzere, ligaman lezyonlari ve tibial plafond frakturlerine sekonder olarak gelismektedir.
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.
Since this fracture involves the articular surface of the talus and the tibial plafond in the ankle joint as well as the subtalarjoint, anatomic reduction of these intra-articular fractures is essential in order to preserve normal biomechanical loads through the ankle and subtalar joints.
WOUND COMPLICATIONS USING A MODIFIED SURGICAL APPROACH TO OPEN REDUCTION OF TIBIAL PLAFOND FRACTURES.
Fractures of the tibial plafond are often extremely difficult to manage because joint reduction must be achieved while maintaining the soft tissue envelope.
Without injury to the articular cartilage of the tibial plafond or talus, alteration in mechanical alignment, or ligamentous instability, the human ankle is an efficient and resilient joint that is less frequently affected by degenerative changes when compared to the hip or knee.
Less common causes were tibial plafond fracture (9.
Posteromedial lesions were created by inversion and external rotation of the plantar flexed ankle, causing the posteromedial aspect of the talar dome to impact the tibial plafond.
This involves making an oblique osteotomy where the medial malleolus joins the tibial plafond.