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Effect of Leg Elevation Height on Reduced Swelling of Patients of Postoperative Acute Ankle Fractures

Seo DK, Kang HW, Ahn DS, Song JS

Purpose: Leg elevation is known as an effective method for reducing leg swelling, and it has been routinely used in medical practice. However, the effect of swelling reduction in relation...
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Outcomes of Immediate Operative Treatment of Ankle Trimalleolar Open Fractures

Lee JY, Cho YJ, Kang SW, Cho YM, Choi HB

Purpose: Generally, the treatment of ankle trimalleolar open fractures is divided into two stages: external fixation and debridement; and secondary internal fixation. On the other hand, this two-stage operation takes...
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Anterolateral Minimally Invasive Plate Osteosynthesis of Distal Tibial Fractures Using an Anterolateral Locking Plate

Suh D, Lee HH, Han YH, Jeong JJ

Purpose: Anterolateral minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO) was performed to treat patients with distal tibial fractures associated with open fractures or extensive soft tissue injuries, which is limited medial MIPO....
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Correlation between Chronic Ankle Instability and Center of Pressure Using Pedobrarograph

Park ES, Seo SG, Lee HS

Purpose: Chronic ankle instability is a very common abnormality of the ankle, but there is still controversy regarding its evaluation criteria. The stress view has difficulties in reflecting the patient’s...
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Treatment of Metatarsalgia after a Surgery

Chun Di

Metatarsalgia is a generalized term used to describe forefoot pain. The possible etiologies can range from direct to indirect pathologies. Metatarsalgia has several causes. This paper evaluates the recent literature...
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Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability

Bae SY

Acute ankle sprain is the most common injury in the lower extremities, and approximately 10% to 40% of acute lateral ankle ligament injury causes chronic pain or instability. For chronic...
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