A Method of Open Reduction of an Irreducible Hawkins Type III Fracture of the Talar Neck

Hawkins type III fracture talar neck may sometimes be a nightmare for surgeons to reduce, even intraoperatively. It is difficult to reduce as the talar body is locked into its dislocated posteromedial position out of both the ankle and subtalar joint.

Hawkins type III fracture talar neck may sometimes be a nightmare for surgeons to reduce, even intraoperatively. It is difficult to reduce as the talar body is locked into its dislocated posteromedial position out of both the ankle and subtalar joint.

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A Method of Open Reduction of an Irreducible Hawkins Type III Fracture of the Talar Neck