Tibia and Fibula Approaches

All Surgical approaches to the Tibia and Fibula bones.

 Approach to the Fibula

Approach to the Fibula

The approach to the fibula employs a classic extensile exposure and offers access to all parts of the fibula. Read More
 Posterolateral Approach to the Tibia

Posterolateral Approach to the Tibia

The posterolateral approach to the Tibia is used to expose the middle two thirds of the tibia when… Read More
 Anterolateral Approach to Lateral Plateau

Anterolateral Approach to Lateral Plateau

The anterolateral approach to lateral plateau of tibia is used mainly for open reduction and internal fixation of… Read More
 Anterior Approach to Tibia

Anterior Approach to Tibia

The anterior approach to tibia bone offers safe, easy access to the medial (subcutaneous) and lateral (extensor) surfaces… Read More

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