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Proximal Tibiofibular dislocation

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Proximal Tibiofibular dislocation

History: A 30 year old soldier suffered multiple fractures after a combat blast injury.

Findings: Findings: The head of the fibula and the lateral tibial condyle are clearly separated on the right AP view consistent with dislocation. Notice the position of the head of the fibula partially overlapping the lateral tibial condyle on the left side comparison. The fibula is fractured on both sides and patient is status post ORIF of tibial fracture on the right. This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed.

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This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed prior to internal fixation.
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MPX1376_synpic21128: This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed prior to internal fixation.


Proximal Tibiofibular dislocation

Harston CH - MedPix

This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed prior to internal fixation.
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MPX1376_synpic21128: This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed prior to internal fixation.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Proximal Tibiofibular dislocation

History: A 30 year old soldier suffered multiple fractures after a combat blast injury.

Findings: Findings: The head of the fibula and the lateral tibial condyle are clearly separated on the right AP view consistent with dislocation. Notice the position of the head of the fibula partially overlapping the lateral tibial condyle on the left side comparison. The fibula is fractured on both sides and patient is status post ORIF of tibial fracture on the right. This dislocation is probably of the anterolateral variety (most common type), but the anteroposterior direction of the dislocation is not clearly established on available lateral views and CT was not performed.

No MeSH data available.