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What is a Lisfranc injury?

A Lisfranc injury occurs in the midfoot, where the longer bones extending to the toes meet the bones that form the midfoot arch. This complex of bones is bound together by ligaments. The term may refer to any damage that occurs within this area, including bone fractures or torn ligaments.

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