Early mobilization guided by body awareness may be accelerat
A 31-year-old patient who had a high impact trauma (car against a tree) was diagnosed with a pelvic ring fracture, a Hawkins II talar neck fracture of the right foot and a MTP fracture of the left foot. Assessment by Advanced Trauma Life Support survey showed no additional injuries. There was no distal neurovascular deficit and no evidence of compartment syndrome. The talus fracture was initially treated by casting (8 days), followed by an open reduction (bilateral approach) and internal fixation (ORIF) by plate and screw osteosynthesis and cannulated screws...

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