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Ankle Injuries: Salter I or Sprain

Solomon Behar, MD and Ilene Claudius , MD
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Pediatric Salter-Harris I fractures of the distal fibula are rare with negative  radiographs. Most of these  children have ligament injuries (sprains).   Even children with fractures detected by  MRI have  a comparable recovery with children  with sprains when treated with a removable ankle brace and self-regulated return to activities.

 

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