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Tibial plateau (knee) fractures

A 61-year-old female was hiking in the mountains when she slipped and fell onto her left lower extremity. She was taken to a local hospital and radiographs revealed a left-sided Schatzker II tibial plateau fracture (split with depressed fragment) and she was referred to us one day following her injury for definitive treatment.

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