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Interpositional Arthroplasty Using Tibialis Anterior Tendon for Talonavicular Arthritis after Ankle Arthrodesis: A Case Report

Cho SH, Seo MS, Lee EC, Nam DC

Ankle arthrodesis has been used frequently for end-stage ankle arthritis that does not respond to conservative treatment. On the other hand, there are concerns regarding the degenerative changes to the...
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Delayed Treatment of Foot Compartment Syndrome: A Case Report and Literature Review

Jang J, Choi Y

Acute compartment syndrome occurs when pressure increases within closed compartments due to injuries causing soft tissue damage. Delayed treatment can lead to undesirable consequences. This paper reports a three-year-old patient...
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Is Subtalar Joint Instability an Important Consideration When Treating Ankle Joint Instability?

Lee H, Kim GL, Kim D

Subtalar joint instability (STI) is one of the causes of persistent hindfoot pain even after treatment for ankle instability. Diagnosis of STI is often neglected because it is a poorly...
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Residual Pain after Operative Treatment for Chronic Ankle Instability

Cho BK, Ahn BH

Patients with chronic lateral ankle instability often experience a range of associated injuries. The well-known comorbidities include intra-articular pathologies (osteochondral lesion, soft tissue or bony impingement, and loose body), peroneal...
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Arthroscopic Procedure in the Treatment of Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability

Lee HJ, Jeong BO

The open Broström procedure is considered the surgery of choice for treating chronic lateral ankle instability. The role of arthroscopy has gained popularity in the surgical treatment of chronic lateral...
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Surgical Procedures for Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability

Young KW, Lee HS, Hwang JS

Surgical treatments for chronic lateral ankle instability include anatomic repair, anatomic reconstruction using an auto or allograft, nonanatomic reconstruction, and arthroscopic repair. Open anatomic repair using the native ligament with...
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How Effective Is the Injection Therapy in Foot and Ankle Disorder?

Song HH

Evidence-based papers on the treatment of some chronic tendinopathy or ligament lesions using an injection in foot and ankle disorders have been reported, but there are few reports on the...
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What Happens without Treating Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability

Woo SH, Chung HJ

The term chronic lateral ankle instability (CLAI) embraces a spectrum of conditions that involve functional and mechanical instability, both in athletes and lower-demand patients. The hallmarks of CLAI are recurrent...
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Are Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings of Ankle Instability Always Correlated with Operative and Physical Examination Findings?

Park Hw

Physical examination and surgical findings and symptoms are often inconsistent with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings when diagnosing chronic ankle lateral ligament instability, and confirmed surgical findings are used as...
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