Lisfranc injuries, also called Lisfranc fracture-dislocations, are the most common It is named after Jacques Lisfranc De Saint Martin (), the chief of. PDF | Estudo retrospectivo de 19 casos de fratura-luxação de Lisfranc tratados cirurgicamente no período de a O tempo de acompanhamento foi de . RESUMO Objetivo: Analisar o perfil de pacientes com lesões de Lisfranc, as características das lesões e fraturas associadas. Métodos: Trata-se de uma análise.

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HPI – Fall from 4meters, reception on the left foot. Please login to add comment. Maybe this statistic difference is a result of the small sample in this study compared to one of the previously mentioned papers 24 and presented an important correlation difference concerning the number of osteoarthrosis cases in patients with non-anatomical reduction the mentioned study showed that all the cases where the reduction was regarded as failure, osteoarthrosis was present The displacement was only slight on weight-bearing X-rays but MRI showed the ligament was completely absent.

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The most frequent trauma mechanism was car accident, followed by motorcycle accident. Which of the following techniques would lead to the best outcome when addressing his injury? The Lisfranc joint shape is similar to a “Roman arc”, giving stability together with ligament structures, particularly the Lisfranc ligament, which connects the medial cuneiform to the 2nd metatarsal’s base 3,9,17,27, Is walking good for knee ligament injury?


Medical files of 30 patients meeting the inclusion criteria were retrieved from the relevant department, which were invited to take part of this study. Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.

Case 13 Case You dismissed this ad. The mean time elapsed between the trauma and definitive treatment was 6. How important is this topic for clinical practice?

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Routine x-ray film or image intensification can be used. Answered Oct 25, Nurx allows you to order birth control from an app. K-wires are typically removed after six weeks, before weight bearing, while screws are often removed after 12 weeks. Although conventional radiography can usually demonstrate the features of these complications, CT is the better technique for delineating their details.


Edit article Share article View revision history. How would you treat the patient? Nunley-Vertullo classification – illustrations. Fractures and dislocation of the foot.

The feedback you provide will help us show you more relevant content in the future. You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard dde keys. It was extremely painful to walk on it, though I did for a few days until it was properly diagnosed. In athletic trauma, Lisfranc injuries occur commonly in activities such as windsurfingkitesurfingwakeboardingor snowboarding where appliance bindings pass directly over the metatarsals.


Six patients presented fratua postoperative complications. As described in literature, Lisfranc injuries are resultant from high-energy trauma 5,8,12, Macy N, De Boer P.

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Hong Kong Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery. They may also be seen in the 3 rd metatarsal, 1 st or 2 nd cuneiform, or navicular bones. Such complications have as therapeutic indication the arthrodesis of the joint trying to fix occasional deformities 14, The liafranc criteria were as follows: In the foot, it can be used for decompression as well as approach for ORIF.

Vuori J, Aro H. The articular cartilage is removed and the subchondral bone is perforated. Martin encountered a soldier who suffered from vascular compromise fe secondary gangrene of the foot after a fall from a horse.

Diastasis between the medial and the intermediate cuneiforms. Variant of the Lisfranc fracture-dislocation: