Endoscopic Gastrocnemius Intramuscular Aponeurotic Recession.

@article{Lui2015EndoscopicGI,
  title={Endoscopic Gastrocnemius Intramuscular Aponeurotic Recession.},
  author={Tun Hing Lui},
  journal={Arthroscopy techniques},
  year={2015},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={
          e615-8
        }
}
Gastrocnemius aponeurotic recession is the surgical treatment for symptomatic gastrocnemius contracture. Endoscopic gastrocnemius recession procedures has been developed recently and reported to have fewer complications and better cosmetic outcomes. Classically, this is performed at the aponeurosis distal to the gastrocnemius muscle attachment. We describe an alternative endoscopic approach in which the intramuscular portion of the aponeurosis is released. 
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