A spiral ct scan was performed with reconstruction in the sagittal and coronal planes. There is a flake fracture of the talus. There is also a fracture noted to involve the lateral and anterior aspects of the calcaneus with no evidence of union. Their is no associated trabecular or periosteal
new bone formation and this fracture is comminuted there is a healing fracture noted to involve the lateral malleolus. There is a well corticated bone fragment in relation to the posterior aspect of the talo-tibal joint reflective of and intra-articular loose body.
this is the jist of the report.
No to both your tips not me,surgeon and doctor never mentioned it. as to the weight bearing no can do as one of us has to be mobile, mum has a back problem that requires surgery at some stage, and as there is only two of us someone has to do the carrying lifting etc:-(, when I get a free moment then I put my feet up.
Thankyou for your response.