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Left ankle avulsion fracture caused by jumping and landing ankle varus

Jan 25 20224 people replied
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On December 19, 2021, playing ball resulted in avulsion fracture of left ankle. On December 20, the film (including X-ray CT3D) was taken for plaster external fixation according to the doctor's requirements. During the plaster external fixation, the plaster was removed for bathing several times, but the left foot did not fall to the ground. After washing, continue the plaster external fixation! On January 17, 2021 (29 days of plaster external fixation), I went to the hospital for re examination. The doctor said that there was still shadow gap at the fracture, and the recovery time was not yet up. Let me continue plaster external fixation! Today, on January 25th, I had external fixation with plaster for 37 days. I removed the plaster and tried to stand without crutches. I found that there was pain at the fracture! Excuse me, doctor, should I continue to put on the plaster brake? How many more days do you need to brake? Is the callus at the fracture not fully stable? When can I walk slowly? Attached are the 3D pictures on December 20, 2021 and the rechecked X-ray pictures on January 17, 2022, as follows! thank you

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