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Fig. 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Long-term radiographic and clinical-functional outcomes of isolated, displaced, closed talar neck and body fractures treated by ORIF: the timing of surgical management

Fig. 2

Case 2: a 41-year-old woman with a Hawkins type IV fracture presenting signs of union despite a disastrous initial condition. Antero-posterior and lateral radiographic images at preoperative period (a-b), coronal and axial CT images at preoperative period (c-d), antero-posterior and lateral radiographic images at immediate postoperative period (e-f), antero-posterior and lateral radiographic images at 51-month follow-up (g-h)

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