Day: October 19, 2016

For Our Patients

Hawkins Sign

  Hawkins sign describes subchondral lucency of the talar dome that occurs secondary to subchondral atrophy 6-8 weeks after a talar neck fracture This indicates that there is sufficient vascularity in the talus, and is therefore unlikely to develop avascular necrosis later Disruption of the blood supply to all or a portion of the talar […]

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