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Table 1 Demographic data, fracture types, follow-up period, complications and clinical-functional scores of our case series

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

Patient n° Gender, Age (years) Fracture Types Post-operative Reduction Follow-Up (months) Early Complications Late Complications AOFAS MFS FFI-17 (%) VAS SF-36
PCS MCS
1 M, 26 S III Anatomical 119   PTA TNJ 95 97 17.6 10 81.4 77.9
2 M,18 S V Anatomical 117   PTA TNJ 97 99 7.6 10 84.9 58.8
3 F, 41 H II Nearly Anatomical 116 Wound dehiscence PTA TTJ 93 90 9.4 10 77.4 73.1
4 M, 36 S VI Poor 111 Cutaneous necrosis, malunion PTA STJ, TTJ, TNJ; AVN 59 53 68.2 8 44.3 38.9
5 F, 30 H II Poor 108 Malunion PTA STJ, TTJ, TNJ 41 57 55.3 9 66.9 71.6
6 M, 44 H II Nearly Anatomical 107   PTA STJ 66 82 51.2 10 59.5 32.7
7 M, 23 S III Nearly Anatomical 103   PTA STJ 73 77 23.7 9 69.4 70.8
8 M, 23 S II Nearly Anatomical 101    93 88 25.3 7 78.4 46.2
9 M, 27 S II Anatomical 99    90 93 17.5 8 80.9 88.7
10 F, 28 H II Nearly Anatomical 95   PTA STJ 62 67 14.7 8 55.6 68.7
11 M, 21 S V Anatomical 91   PTA TNJ 90 91 19.4 9 82.8 74.2
12 M, 42 S VI Poor 90 Malunion PTA STJ, TTJ, TNJ, AVN 55 69 53.5 10 43.6 63.3
13 M, 40 H III Nearly Anatomical 88   PTA STJ 81 78 21.2 9 76.7 79.1
14 M, 24 S V Anatomical 85    85 96 18.8 9 71 71.2
15 F, 32 S V Anatomical 82   PTA TTJ 80 84 22.3 9 73.7 77.4
16 M, 39 H II Nearly Anatomical 79 Wound dehiscence PTA STJ 74 78 30.1 8 69.2 73.2
17 M, 25 H II Anatomical 75    90 97 7.6 10 83.8 86.8
18 M, 43 S II Nearly Anatomical 71   PTA TTJ 90 98 14.7 10 85.8 72.6
19 F, 26 S VI Nearly Anatomical 69 Wound dehiscence, PTA STJ, AVN 84 80 12.3 9 75.1 78.2
20 M, 63 S II Anatomical 67 Wound dehiscence AVN 83 84 31.2 10 74.4 80.3
21 F, 40 S V Anatomical 66    85 92 14.1 8 78.8 75.2
22 (right) M, 81 S II Poor 63 Malunion PTA STJ, TNJ 70 82 26.5 10 70.8 76.1
22 (left) M, 81 S III Nearly Anatomical 61   PTA STJ 75 84 29.4 10 70.8 76.1
23 M, 23 S II Anatomical 57   PTA TNJ 80 91 40.5 9 78.7 85.3
24 F, 71 H III Poor 55 Cutaneous necrosis, malunion PTA STJ, TTJ, TNJ, AVN 25 22 84.7 8 55.8 73.3
25 M, 62 S VI Poor 54 Malunion PTA STJ, TTJ, AVN 68 63 44.7 10 72.7 74.7
26 F, 41 H IV Nearly Anatomical 51 Wound infection PTA STJ, TTJ, AVN 66 65 54.7 6 41.6 40.9
27 M, 21 S VI Anatomical 49   PTA TTJ 80 65 30.0 10 71.7 77.4
  1. F female, M male, H Hawkins, S Sneppen, AVN avascular necrosis, AOFAS American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Ankle-Hindfoot Score, MFS Maryland Foot Score, FFI-17 Foot Function Index; VAS Visual Analogue Scale (for satisfaction), SF-36 Short Form-36 (PCS Physical Component Summary, MCS Mental Component Summary), PTA post traumatic arthritis, STJ subtalar joint, TTJ tibiotalar joint, TNJ talonavicular joint