Review Article| Volume 3, P193-202, September 2021

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Imaging of Lisfranc Injuries and Repairs

      Subtle Lisfranc injuries can be difficult to diagnose; it is important to understand the mechanism of injury and key anatomy from a radiologic perspective.


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