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Help patients prevent repeat ankle injury.Academic Article Why?
Ankle InjuriesConcept Why?
Reliability and validity of a mobile phone for radiographic assessment of ankle injuries: a randomized inter- and intraobserver agreement study.Academic Article Why?
Dirschl, Douglas R.Person Why?
[Disorders of vascularization following fracture of the ankle joint in children].Academic Article Why?
A critical assessment of factors influencing reliability in the classification of fractures, using fractures of the tibial plafond as a model.Academic Article Why?
A survey of orthopedic surgeons regarding DVT prophylaxis in foot and ankle trauma surgery.Academic Article Why?
Assessment of the posterior malleolus as a restraint to posterior subluxation of the ankle.Academic Article Why?
Balancing the risk of complications in foot and ankle surgical patients taking antithrombotic medication.Academic Article Why?
Change over time of SF-36 functional outcomes for operatively treated unstable ankle fractures.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of SF-36 and Short Musculoskeletal Functional Assessment in recovery from fixation of unstable ankle fractures.Academic Article Why?
Defect type, localization and marker gene expression determines early adverse events of matrix-associated autologous chondrocyte implantation.Academic Article Why?
Diagnosing chronic diastasis of the syndesmosis: a novel measurement using computed tomography.Academic Article Why?
Effects of binary decision making on the classification of fractures of the ankle.Academic Article Why?
Factors affecting outcome in tibial plafond fractures.Academic Article Why?
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