Revision Achilles Reconstruction with Hamstring Autograft and FHL Tendon Transfer in an Athlete

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Sydney C. Karnovsky, BA has declared that she has no conflicts of interest. Mark C. Drakos, MD reports other from Fast Form and Extremity Medical, outside the work.

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Karnovsky, S.C., Drakos, M.C. Revision Achilles Reconstruction with Hamstring Autograft and FHL Tendon Transfer in an Athlete. HSS Jrnl 13, 302–306 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11420-017-9572-6

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Keywords

  • Achilles tendon
  • revision surgery
  • hamstring autograft
  • FHL transfer
  • infection