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Maisonneuve Fracture

Storm ESS - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Maisonneuve Fracture

History: Twisting injury to the ankle. Cannot bear weight. Pain also laterally, just below the knee.

Findings: Diffuse soft tissue swelling. Communited fracture of the proximal fibula metadiaphysis. Minimally-displaced posterior distal tiba fracture. Medial and lateral malleoli are intact. Possible old healed ligamentous injury to lateral malleolus. Distal syndesmosis not wide. Mortise symmetric / talar dome intact.

Ddx: -Dupuytrens's Fracture -Maisonneuve Fracture -Synchronous, isolated proximal fibular & posterior malleolar fx.

Dxhow: Classic constellation of roentgen findings and concordant history.

Exam: Unstable ankle.

No MeSH data available.


Mortise view of the ankle demonstrates normal alignment and intact medial malleous.  There is a corticated ossicle adjacent to the lateral malleous, likely secondary to old healed trauma.  The talar dome and tibial plafond are sharply defined and normal in appearance.
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MPX1512_synpic25592: Mortise view of the ankle demonstrates normal alignment and intact medial malleous. There is a corticated ossicle adjacent to the lateral malleous, likely secondary to old healed trauma. The talar dome and tibial plafond are sharply defined and normal in appearance.


Maisonneuve Fracture

Storm ESS - MedPix (2006)

Mortise view of the ankle demonstrates normal alignment and intact medial malleous.  There is a corticated ossicle adjacent to the lateral malleous, likely secondary to old healed trauma.  The talar dome and tibial plafond are sharply defined and normal in appearance.
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MPX1512_synpic25592: Mortise view of the ankle demonstrates normal alignment and intact medial malleous. There is a corticated ossicle adjacent to the lateral malleous, likely secondary to old healed trauma. The talar dome and tibial plafond are sharply defined and normal in appearance.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Maisonneuve Fracture

History: Twisting injury to the ankle. Cannot bear weight. Pain also laterally, just below the knee.

Findings: Diffuse soft tissue swelling. Communited fracture of the proximal fibula metadiaphysis. Minimally-displaced posterior distal tiba fracture. Medial and lateral malleoli are intact. Possible old healed ligamentous injury to lateral malleolus. Distal syndesmosis not wide. Mortise symmetric / talar dome intact.

Ddx: -Dupuytrens's Fracture -Maisonneuve Fracture -Synchronous, isolated proximal fibular & posterior malleolar fx.

Dxhow: Classic constellation of roentgen findings and concordant history.

Exam: Unstable ankle.

No MeSH data available.