Surgical Treatment of Midfoot Traumatic Injuries
The injuries of the midfoot are extremely infrequent and insidious; for this reason, it’s very important to perform all diagnostic examination in helping decision-making and performing surgery and even to determine the preoperative planning and all instrumentation that may be helpful in the operating room.
Classification, indications and goals and finally the surgical technique for both Chopart and Lisfranc joint injuries are the main topics that need a careful consideration to treat in the best way these lesions.
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