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A 27-year-old man is brought to the emergency ...

Eversion

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submitted by seagull(420),

https://singaporeosteopathy.com/2015/05/23/ankle-injuries-sprain-strains-and-fractures/

Figure 2. although figure 1 looks shockingly similar





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submitted by _pusheen_(1),

How can you tell that the ankle fracture is eversion?

lnsetick  Because there is avulsion fracture on medial side from deltoid ligament and fibular fracture on oppostie side, this is classic for an eversion. +1  




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submitted by pitaziki(0),

Why is the answer fibularis brevis and not fibularis tertius? How do you distinguish between the two from this vignette?

gainsgutsglory  tertius is an anterior muscle and overlays the dorsum of foot as it fans out to the toes. Does not relate to the lateral malleolus. +