Section: CME Category: Surgery

Lisfranc Joint: Injury, Evaluation and Treatment Options

Christopher Bromley, DPM

Christopher K Bromley, DPM discusses the origin of Lisfranc’s naming history, basic anatomy as well as imaging evaluation to make a diagnosis of a Lisfranc joint injury. He also reviews both non-surgical and surgical considerations when dealing with Lisfranc injuries.

CPME (Credits: 0.5)

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Goals and Objectives
  1. Report the origin of Lisfranc joint history
  2. Recognize the Lisfranc joint anatomy
  3. Review the imaging evaluation of Lisfranc joint injuries
  4. Review the treatment options for Lisfranc joint injuries
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