Post-traumatic arthritis is a common complication following Lisfranc injury. When conservative measures fail, patients may benefit from selective arthrodesis of symptomatic joints. Arthrex provides surgeons with low-profile plates, Nitinol staples, headless compression screws, and biologic augmentation to facilitate a successful fusion.
Lisfranc’s joint refers to the tarsometatarsal joint. Lisfranc’s ligament is a stout structure that runs from the medial cuneiform to the base of the second metatarsal. The low energy type Lisfranc injury (sprain) occurs commonly in field sports when a player’s foot is stepped on while running. High energy Lisfranc …
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