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Gait characteristics and functional outcomes during early follow-up are comparable in patients with calcaneal fractures treated by either the sinus tarsi or the extended lateral approach.
Brand, A; Klöpfer-Krämer, I; Böttger, M; Kröger, I; Gaul, L; Wackerle, H; Müßig, JA; Dietrich, A; Gabel, J; Augat, P;
Gait Posture. 2019; 70: 190-195.
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PMU-Autor/inn/en

Augat Peter
Brand Andreas
Klöpfer-Krämer Isabella
Kröger Inga
Müßig Janina
Wackerle Hannes

Abstract

To overcome the substantial functional loss after calcaneal fractures (CF), surgical treatment currently consists of two strategies, namely the commonly used extended lateral approach (ELA) and the less invasive sinus tarsi approach (STA). Despite the comparable anatomical restoration, the biomechanical and functional outcome of these strategies during early rehabilitation has not yet been investigated.


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