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Peritalar Dislocations S93.06XA


synonyms: ankle dislocation

Peritalar Dislocation ICD-10

Peritalar Dislocation Etiology / Epidemiology / Natural History

  • involve both the tibiocalcaneal and talonavicular joints.

Peritalar Dislocation Anatomy

Peritalar Dislocation Clinical Evaluation

  • clinical deformity usually present. 

Peritalar Dislocation Xray / Diagnositc Tests

  • AP foot shows position of talonavicular joint and evidence of impaction.
  • CT recommend to R/O occult fracture

Peritalar Dislocation Classification / Treatment

  • sedation, knee flexion, firm longitudinal traction for closed reduction
  • usually stable after reduction
  • early ROM to prevent ankle stiffness.  if closed reduction without fx early weight bearing.  After
  • closed reduction with nondisplaced fx nonweightbearing 4-6 wks.

Peritalar Dislocation Associated Injuries / Differential Diagnosis

Peritalar Dislocation Complications

Peritalar Dislocation Follow-up Care

Peritalar Dislocation Review References

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