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Figure 2: Case with infected nonunion of ankle fusion with talus destruction. The original surgery was a total ankle replacement for sero-negative inflammatory joint disease. Infection of the ankle arthroplasty was salvaged with an ankle arthrodesis which resulted in an infected nonunion which was revised using fixator-assisted nailing. (a) The discharging sinus. (b and c) (Video 1) The three-dimensional computed tomography scan images of the ankle. (d) Is a radiograph of the fixator-assisted nailing? and (e) the final radiograph

Figure 2: Case with infected nonunion of ankle fusion with talus destruction. The original surgery was a total ankle replacement for sero-negative inflammatory joint disease. Infection of the ankle arthroplasty was salvaged with an ankle arthrodesis which resulted in an infected nonunion which was revised using fixator-assisted nailing. (a) The discharging sinus. (b and c) (Video 1) The three-dimensional computed tomography scan images of the ankle. (d) Is a radiograph of the fixator-assisted nailing? and (e) the final radiograph