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Figure 1: (a) Coronal reformation of the tibia showing the fracture of lateral tibial plateau without any significant depression – Schatzker's Type I fracture. Also seen is the chip fracture of the lateral femoral condyle. (b) Image of the same patient as in Figure 1a showing the lateral tibial plateau fracture. (c) Coronal reformation of a different patient describing the Schatzker's type I fracture of the left lateral tibial plateau. (d) Coronal reformation of the same patient as shown in Figure 1c showing the lateral tibial plateau fracture.

Figure 1: (a) Coronal reformation of the tibia showing the fracture of lateral tibial plateau without any significant depression – Schatzker's Type I fracture. Also seen is the chip fracture of the lateral femoral condyle. (b) Image of the same patient as in Figure 1a showing the lateral tibial plateau fracture. (c) Coronal reformation of a different patient describing the Schatzker's type I fracture of the left lateral tibial plateau. (d) Coronal reformation of the same patient as shown in Figure 1c showing the lateral tibial plateau fracture.