NEW Ankle Fracture Trial Exhibits - Trimalleolar Ankle Fracture Injury Trial Exhibits June 29 2021


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A trimalleolar fracture occurs when the three malleoli bones that make up the ankle break at the same time. The malleoli are specific parts of the tibia and fibula that form the ankle. These consist of the lateral malleolus, which is at the end of the fibula, the medial malleolus, which is on the inside of the tibia (shinbone), and the posterior malleolus, which is at the back of the tibia. All three bones are essential for anchoring the ligaments that support movement, control, and stability in the foot and ankle.

The trimalleolar ankle fracture trial exhibit graphically depicts a trimalleolar fracture of the left ankle, with dislocation of the ankle joint. This exhibit shows the fractures of the the medial malleolus, lateral malleolus and posterior malleolus in the anterior oblique view with descriptive labels of the anatomy and injuries of the left ankle.