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A case of bilateral Lisfranc fracture—dislocations in a patient following polytrauma
  1. M D Carter,
  2. M J Wilby
  1. Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Ipswich Hospital, Heath Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 5PD
  1. Correspondence to: Dr Carter (melaniecarter81{at}hotmail.com)

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A 64 year old woman was brought to the accident and emergency department after a head on road traffic accident with a combined speed of both cars approximating to 80 mph. The patient had not been able to free herself from the car and was amnesic for the events. Initial assessment revealed an alert and talking patient with grade II hypovolaemic shock. Fluid resuscitation …

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