Posterior Tibial Tendon Transfer for Knee Trauma-Induced Peroneal Nerve Palsy With Long-Term Follow-up

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Abstract

Traumatic lateral side knee joint injury with concomitant peroneal nerve palsy is a devastating injury combination. Three patients seen with long-term follow-up had poor knee function. Each had a posterior tibialis tendon transfer to compensate for a resultant foot drop. The literature on this combination of injuries is reviewed.

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