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Midfoot and forefoot fractures and dislocations 

Midfoot and forefoot fractures and dislocations
Midfoot and forefoot fractures and dislocations

Andrew Taylor

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date: 16 May 2022

Mid- and forefoot injuries are common

Minimally displaced and stable injuries allow early weight-bearing rehabilitation and lead to a good functional outcome

Displaced and unstable injuries require restoration of the length, alignment, and joint congruency followed by stable fixation

Respect the soft tissue element of the foot injury.

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