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Section 1

Question Answer
1st MTP dislocation classificationJahss
1st MTP location where the sesamoid apparatus is NOT disrupted and cannot be close reducedJhass Type 1
1st MTP dislocation where there is rupture of the intersesamoidal ligamentJhass Type 2A
1st MTP dislocation where there is a fracture of 1 of the sesamoidsJhass Type 2B
5th metatarsal base fracture classificationStewart
transverse fracture at the metaphysis-diaphysis junction, relatively avascularStewart Type 1
classification also known as a Jone's FractureStewert Type 1
intra-articular avulsion fracture of the 5th met baseStewart Type 2
extra-articular avulsion fracture of the 5th met baseStewart Type 3
intra-articular comminuted fracture of the 5th met baseStewart Type 4
avulsion fracture of the apophysis of the 5th met base in a chilldStewart Type 5
fracture classification for navicular fracturesWatson-Jones
avulsion fracture of the navicular tuberosityWatson-Jones Type 1
dorsal lip fracture of the navicular, don't conduse with os supranaviculareWatson-Jones Type 2
fracture of the body of the navicular, relatively avascularWatson-Jones Type 3
fracture known as the "nut cracker" fracture, does not fall into a classificationCuboid fracture
classification used for Lisfranc's dislocations, aka ____ Hardcastle, "Fleck Sign"
Lisfranc's dislocation where all mets are dislocated mediallyHardcastle A homomedial
Lisfranc's dislocation where all mets are dislocated laterallyHardcastle A homolateral
Lisfranc's dislocation where some but not all mets are dislocated in the same directionHardcastle B
Lisfranc's dislocation where mets are divergent with 1st met going medially and 2-5 going laterallyHardcastle C
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