Ankle Surgery is used to treat an ankle fracture (broken bone in the ankle). In this procedure, the patient is given anesthesia. Then, the doctor will make incisions to access the ankle, reposition the bones, and then use screws, metal plates, and/or bone grafts to keep the bones in place so that the ankle can heal properly. The ankle might be placed in a splint after the surgery.
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