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A severe acute Achilles rupture and repair


, : A severe acute Achilles rupture and repair. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 34(3): 262-265

An unusual type IV rupture is described, whereby the Achilles tendon was ruptured in two places. This required several innovative techniques to repair this injury, which are described herein. The patient recovered uneventfully and returned to his exercise activities in 3 months.

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PMID: 7550189

DOI: 10.1016/S1067-2516(09)80057-4


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