x
Tell a Friend
 
Total
Ankle Replacement

Published articles in PubMed

Endoscopic Gastrocnemius Recession

Amol Saxena and Christopher W. DiGiovanni

Percutaneous techniques are becoming popular for treating many musculoskeletal conditions. Those developed for endoscopic carpal tunnel and plantar fascial release are currently among the most common. The reported benefits of endoscopic surgery include smaller incisions and shorter postoperative recovery time [1–3]. Visualization with an endoscope may also decrease perioperative complications from scarring such as incisional irritation or neuritis, although the overall safety of these interventions has yet to be determined.

Click here for more information

  • The Efficacy of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor as a Bone-Stimulating Agent.
    Related Articles The Efficacy of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor as a Bone-Stimulating Agent. Foot Ankle Clin. 2016 Dec;21(4):763-770 Authors: Krell ES, DiGiovanni CW Abstract Nonunion remains the most impactful complication following ankle and hindfoot arthrodesis. Historically, surgeons have relied on autologous bone graft (ABG) to combat nonunion risk. Alt […]

You will need the Adobe Reader to view and print the above documents. Get Adobe Reader