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Fig. 7 | Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research

Fig. 7

From: Minimally invasive (sinus tarsi) approach for calcaneal fractures

Fig. 7

A 41-year-old male patient was admitted to our hospital because of pain and swelling on the right foot after falling from a height. Preoperative lateral (a) and axial (b) radiographs showing the right calcaneal fracture, with reduced Böhler angle (17.37°) and Gissane angle (97°). Preoperative horizontal (c) and coronal (d) computed tomography images showing a Sanders IIA fracture with a bulked lateral wall. Postoperative lateral (e) and axial (f) radiographs showing obvious corrections of the Böhler angle (23.17°) and Gissane angle (124.4°). Postoperative lateral (g) and axial (h) radiographs showing excellent fracture union, with a Maryland foot score of 87

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