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Figure 6 Preoperative and postoperative clinical photographs (from the front and the back) of a case with varus ankle (corresponding to the radiograph presented in [Figure 4] and reporting the same patient) showing satisfactory deformity correction and near normal ankle range of motion: (a) varus deformity of the ankle with abnormal foot attitude in relation to leg. (b) Clinical photographs 3 weeks postoperatively showing accepted deformity correction. (c) Clinical follow-up 3 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction. (d) Clinical follow-up 5 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction with near normal ankle range of motion. (e) Clinical follow-up 8 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction.

Figure 6 Preoperative and postoperative clinical photographs (from the front and the back) of a case with varus ankle (corresponding to the radiograph presented in [Figure 4] and reporting the same patient) showing satisfactory deformity correction and near normal ankle range of motion: (a) varus deformity of the ankle with abnormal foot attitude in relation to leg. (b) Clinical photographs 3 weeks postoperatively showing accepted deformity correction. (c) Clinical follow-up 3 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction. (d) Clinical follow-up 5 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction with near normal ankle range of motion. (e) Clinical follow-up 8 years postoperatively showing satisfactory deformity correction.