Image 1 – Xray of Operated Bilateral Calcaneal Fractures
A young male fell from roof and injured his both calcaneal bones. The fracture was fixed by open reduction and internal fixation.
The xray is one month following the surgery.
Image 2 – Bilateral Calcaneal Fractures In Young Adult
The xray in picture belongs to 27 years old young male who fell from height probably under influence of alcohol.
The ray revealed fractures in both the calcanei. he was advised fixation on the right side but he refused surgical treatment. He is being treated in bilateral below knee cast.
The spine was normal on examination.
Image 3 – Intraoperative Image Of Reduced First Metatarsophlangeal Joint Fixed With Kwire
This is intraoperative image from Carm image intensifier of the this patient withfirst metatarsophalangeal joint
The joint has been restored to its normal anatomy.
Image 4 – Dislocation of First Metatarsophalangeal Joint -Xrays
Thirty eight year old man was injured when a bike hit him and he fell on the ground.
AP and oblique xrays revealed dislocation of first metatarso phalangeal joint.
The fracture was reduced and fixed with Kwire.
Image 5 -Xrays of United Fracture of A Talus In A Child With Cancellous Screw In Situ
Following are anteroposterior and lateral views of united fracture of talus.
Here is AP view
And here is lateral view.
The cancellous screw in situ is visible too.
Image 6 – Clinical Photograph of Calcaneal Fracture Fixed With Calcaneal Reconstruction Plate
Clinical Photograph of Calcaneal Fracture Fixed With Calcaneal Reconstruction Plate.
Image 7 – Peroperative Clinical Photograph of Calcaneal Fracture
Following is clinical photograph of fracture of calcaneum. The photograph is taken after exposing the fracture fragments.
The fracture was fixed with calcaneal plate. Green arrows indicate the fracture line.
Image 8 – Comminuted Fracture of Navicular Bone
Oblique xray of the foot showing comminuted fracture of navicular.
The xray belongs to thirty nine year old male who suffered the injury while working in fields.
Image 9 – Xray of Fracture of Metaphysis of Base of Fifth Metatarsal
Xray of forty years old female with fracture of fifth metatarsal metaphyseal region.
The fracture occurred following a twisting injury to the foot.
Image 11 – Fracture of Calcaneum Bone – Xray
Xray of fracture calcaneum in a 23 years old male.
The injury occurred following a jump from vehicle roof.
Image 10 – Xray of Fracture of Fifth Metatarsal Shaft
Fracture of fifth metatarsal shaft in 53 years old male.
The patient was treated in below knee fiber cast.
Image 11 – Isolated Lisfranc Injury Second Metatarsal – Xray
Lisfranc injury is term used for tarsometatarsal fracture dislocation in which one or all of the metatarsal bones are displaced from the tarsus.
Here is an xray of Lisfranc injury to second metatarsal.
The injury occurred in 53 years old farmer while working in fields.
Image 12 – Xray of Foot Showing Fracture of Fifth Metatarsal
Xray of foot showing fracture of base of fifth metatarsal.
A careful scrutiny would show that there is an additional fracture line in addition to small displaced fragment.
Image 13 – Xray of Open Fracture of Great Toe of Phalanx
The fracture was reduced and fixed with kwire.
Image 14 – Xray of Open fracture of Distal Phalanx of Great Toe
There was an accompanying wound over the dorsum of the toe making it an open fracture.
Image 15 – Xrays Foreign Body in Foot
Xray showing foreign body in foot, a metal piece that pierced the foot dorsum when this patient, 16 years old boy was working in the yard.
The foreign body was removed under C-arm image intensifier.
Image 16 – Xray of Fracture of Shaft of First Metatarsal
Fifty six years old male fell from bike and injured his foot. Xray revealed an undisplaced fracture of first metatarsal.
The patient was treated with below knee cast.
Image 17 – Xrays of Bilateral Calcaneal Fracture
Patient also has compression fracture of D12 vertebrae without neural deficit. He was treated conservatively for all the injuries.
Image 18 – Xray of Foot With Jones Fracture
Jones fracture is fracture of base of fifth metatarsal. Following is an xray showing a Jones fracture
The xray is of 39 years old lady who had this injury after her foot got twisted.
Imge 19 – Xray of Diabetic Foot With Dislocation of Second Metatarsophalangeal Joint
Xray of 59 years old male with diabetic foot.
Second metatarsophalngeal joint is dislocated.
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