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Lateral ankle radiographs (image 1 and image 2) show a nondisplaced (Hawkins type I) vertical fracture of the neck of the talus. There is moderate ankle joint effusion and adjacent soft tissue swelling.
Talar neck fracture is often best visualised on oblique view of the foot (image 3) and can be very subtle on AP view of the foot (image 4). There is no disruption of the subtalar joint, talonavicular joint or the ankle mortis (image 5). The finding is in keeping with a Hawkin I classification.