Lisfranc fracture

What is Lisfranc fracture?

The Lisfranc injury (also known as the Lisfranc fracture, Lisfranc dislocation, Lisfranc fracture dislocation, tarsometatarsal injury, or simply midfoot injury) is an injury of the foot in which one or more of the metatarsal bones are displaced from the tarsus.

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Hi there! I recently broke my foot and suffered from a Lisfranc injury. It s been a slow recovery and I am just allowed to walk now with out the...

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These fracture usually unite in 4-6 weeks times to be followed by weight bearing as tolerable..The footwear should support...

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I recently had surgery for a lisfranc injury and broken metatarsals, nos 2 and 3 communited and avulsion to no 4 plus cuneiform. I am 8 weeks post...

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Do not worry its not serious problem.

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hi there, my foot was crushed by a horse 5 weeks ago, there was immediate bruising , swelling and burning pain. i recently went to the doctor for...

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hi there, it is highly improbable for an x-ray not to show fractures, tho' soft tissue injury may not be seen but an MRI will be able to pin point...

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