Relatively uncommon as an isolated injury, medial malleolar fractures more often occur as part of bimalleolar or trimalleolar injury patterns. Acumed offers a range of products to treat medial malleolar fractures, depending on the fracture type.
- Medial Anti-Glide Plate
- Hook Plate
- Locking Peg Hook Plate
- 2.7 mm Fragment Plates
- One-Third Tubular Plates
- Acutrak 2 Large
Medial Malleolus Fracture Treatment Using the Ankle Hook Plate with Richard Marks, MD
The Acumed Ankle Plating System 3 is designed to provide a variety of fixation options for fractures of the distal tibia and fibula. The system is composed of seven plate families designed specifically for the treatment of ankle fractures. In this video, Dr. Marks demonstrates the use of the system’s Hook Plate to treat a medial malleolus fracture.
Acutrak 2 Medial Malleolar Fracture Cadaveric Surgery with Nicholas Abidi, MD
A medial malleolar fracture is corrected using Large Acutrak 2 4.7 screws. A medial malleolar osteotomy is first performed, and is a component of treatment in osteochondral defects and talar body fractures. The rationale for the use of the screw, radiographic evidence, and surgical steps are provided.
A 53-year-old male with a closed bimalleolar fracture was treated with the Acumed Ankle Plating System 3 and Small Fragment Base Set.
A 57-year-old female with a closed bimalleolar fracture dislocation was treated with the Acumed Ankle Plating System 3 and Small Fragment Base Set.