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Subtalar fracture

Subtalar fracture: Related Topics

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Subtalar fracture as a Disease

Subtalar fracture: Type of or association with medical condition Broken foot.
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Subtalar fracture: Related Diseases

Subtalar fracture: Subtalar fracture is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Subtalar fracture as a subtype of Broken foot

Broken foot (medical condition): Fracture of one or more foot bones

Broken foot (medical condition): A break or fracture in any of the foot bones. A broken foot is most commonly caused by falls or by dropping something onto the foot. Each foot has 26 bones. A broken foot often means that the patient has to use crutches to stay mobile while allowing the foot to mend.

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