Study finds obesity nearly doubles risk for severe distal fibula fractures

Obesity is associated with nearly double the risk of more proximal distal fibula fractures, which stem from rotational injuries that frequently lead to instability and syndesmotic disruption, according to this study.

Obesity is associated with nearly double the risk of more proximal distal fibula fractures, which stem from rotational injuries that frequently lead to instability and syndesmotic disruption, according to this study.

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Study finds obesity nearly doubles risk for severe distal fibula fractures