3D.1

Distal tibial articular fracture stabilized using the TrueLok Fixator with rapid adjust struts.

3D.2

Distal tibial articular fracture stabilized using the Sheffield Ring Fixator with rings connected by Threaded Bars. One wire-bearing ring for the distal fracture and one ring with the Sheffield Clamp for the diaphyseal screws. In severe pilon fractures, a foot ring can be added with hinges to stabilize the ankle joint and mobilize it when possible.

3D.3

Distal articular fracture treated with XCaliber Hybrid Fixator (91000 series).

3D.4

Distal tibial articular fracture treated with XCaliber Ankle Fixator (91000 series).

3D.5

Distal tibial articular fracture; 90000 with RadioLucent Ankle Clamp distally, and Fragment Fixation System Implants as minimal internal fixation to restore joint surface. Inset shows washer used in conjunction with Fragment Fixation System.

3D.6

Distal tibial fracture treated temporarily with UNYCO tibia frame and monocortical screws in the tibia. Ankle stabilization is achieved with bicortical screws in conjunction with Galaxy Fixation System. Note: Galaxy UNYCO Diaphyseal Tibia Sterile Kit is indicated for tibial fractures extending from about 8 cm below the knee to about 7 cm above the ankle joint.

3D.7

Distal tibial fracture treated temporarily with Galaxy UNYCO on the tibia and Galaxy Fixation components in the foot.

3D.8

Distal tibial fracture treated temporarily with Galaxy UNYCO exclusively.

3D.9

Distal tibial fracture temporarily stabilized with the Galaxy Fixation System, using a transfixing pin in the calcaneus.

3D.10

Distal tibial fracture temporarily stabilized with the Galaxy Fixation System, using two screws: one in the calcaneus and one in cuboid or os calcis.

3D.11

Distal tibial fracture temporarily stabilized with the Prefix2 Fixator (92000 series), using a transfixing pin in the calcaneus.

3D.12

Distal tibial fracture temporarily stabilized with the Prefix2 Fixator (92000 series), using two screws: one in the calcaneus and one in cuboid or os calcis.