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They See Me Rolling

Author: Alex Tomesch, MD, CAQ-SM
Peer-Reviewer: Matt Negaard, MD, CAQ-SM
Final Editor: Will Denq, MD, CAQ-SM

A 65 year old female presents to the Emergency Department after an ankle injury. She has been having significant pain throughout the ankle, worst over the lateral malleolus, and having difficulty weight bearing. 

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