Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Ankle Sprains – Yes I said Sprains!

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Mizuho Spangler, DO, Lisa Chavez, RN, and Kathy Garvin, RN
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Shu-Haur O. -

i must have missed it, but I don't remember being taught anything about missed salter harris I in ankles? Have been treating them as sprains for years with tubigrip/ crutches

ilene c. -

You are ahead of your time, my friend. Many programs have, for some time now, been teaching that, in kids, ligaments are much stronger than bones and growth plates. So, if a child has an injury and the growth plate is tender, assume growth plate fracture pending a 2 week follow-up radiograph. Turns out you were right all along

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