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Osteochondral Pathology

  • James F. Guhl
  • J. Serge Parisien

Conclusions

Ankle arthroscopy has a great deal to offer patients with osteochondral pathology. For many of these entities, the results have lived up to our expectations, and the approach is rapidly becoming the standard of care. The results are limited, however, for arthroscopic débridement of the osteoarthritic ankle.

Keywords

Articular Cartilage Kirschner Wire Loose Body Medial Malleolus Osteochondral Lesion 
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  • James F. Guhl
  • J. Serge Parisien

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