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THE INCIDENCE OF SUBASTRAGALOID DISLOCATION OF THE FOOT WITH A REPORT OF ONE CASE OF THE INWARD TYPE.

SHANDS, A. R. JR.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: April 1928
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1. One case of the inward type of subastragaloid dislocation without fracture is reported.

2. There are a total of 139 reported cases of subastragaloid dislocation in the literature.

3. The inward type constitutes fifty-five and four-tenths per cent. of this number, the outward type thirty-three and one-tenth per cent., the backward type seven and two-tenths per cent., and the forward type four and three-tenths per cent.

4. The most common age is in the third decade between twenty and twenty-nine years.

5. The dislocation is six times more common in men than in women.

(C) 1928 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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