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Elena Gálvez-Sirvent, Aitor Ibarzábal-Gil, and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

four external fixators, two expandable nails, 16 plates and six conservative treatments with plaster of Paris. All had undergone a change to a reamed IM nail, with a 2-cm fibular osteotomy resection and with application of autograft obtained from

Patrick Ziegler, Christian Bahrs, Christian Konrads, Philipp Hemmann, and Marc-Daniel Ahrend

) transsyndesmotic fibula fracture with a medial malleolar fracture after closed reduction of the distal fibula and stabilization with a retrograde fibular nail and open reduction of the medial fracture and stabilization with a compression screw and a K

Victor Lu, Maria Tennyson, Andrew Zhou, Ravi Patel, Mary D Fortune, Azeem Thahir, and Matija Krkovic

patient. Tibiotalocalcaneal (TTC) nailing is a viable alternative to ORIF. This involves the insertion of an intramedullary nail through the plantar surface of the calcaneus, subtalar, and tibiotalar joints into the tibial canal. Advantages include its

Andreas Frodl, Benjamin Erdle, and Hagen Schmal

’s complexity and associated risks are arguments against it. Osteosynthesis of the tibia is usually done by intramedullary nailing, 1 fibular osteosynthesis usually by plating. 2 , 3 We carried out a meta-analysis to discover whether our hypothesis

Michael J Raschke, Sabine Ochman, and Alexander Milstrey

comparison study of a modern fibular nail and distal fibular locking plate in AO/OTA 44C2 ankle fractures . Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2016 11 100. ( ) 35. Dingemans SA Lodeizen OAP Goslings

Maria Tennyson, Matija Krkovic, Mary Fortune, and Ali Abdulkarim

fractures. Metaphyseal fractures treated with statically locked intramedullary nails but with additional procedures such as fibular plating. AO classification (43 A1, 5; 43 A2, 11; 43 A3, 4) Krettek et al 11 1999 Germany Case series

Stefan Rammelt

patients with vulnerable skin conditions, an intramedullary fibular nail may be used to minimise soft tissue compromise. 36 Another simple option to enhance fixation of the distal fibula is the use of a hook plate. 2 , 37 Cement augmentation

Patrick Pflüger, Karl-Friedrich Braun, Olivia Mair, Chlodwig Kirchhoff, Peter Biberthaler, and Moritz Crönlein

contrast to open surgical fixation of distal fibular fractures, a percutaneous method was developed to minimize soft tissue stress while providing a reliable fixation method. Biomechanically, an intramedullary fibular nail provides a robust construct

Alexandre Sitnik, Aleksander Beletsky, and Steven Schelkun

1% of lower extremity fractures. In 70% to 85% of cases, a fibular fracture is also seen, which occurs in more complex injuries. 8 - 11 As these fractures are often the result of high-energy trauma, up to 50% of patients may have additional

Jordi Tomás-Hernández

complications. 31 In such a scenario, the stabilisation of the fibular fracture with a rod or titanium elastic nail may be an alternative, although Lee et al 32 found a lower rate of malunion and ankle arthrosis when the fibula was fixed by plating