MID-TERM RESULTS OF TIBIO-TALAR ARTHRODESIS

@inproceedings{Dojcinovic2005MIDTERMRO,
  title={MID-TERM RESULTS OF TIBIO-TALAR ARTHRODESIS},
  author={H S Dojcinovic and Robbert Matthias Maes and Marino Delmi},
  year={2005}
}
Purpose: We reviewed retrospectively 27 ankle arthrodesis procedures performed from 1990 to 2001 to assess the mid-term outcome. These patients had had on average 1.5 ankle interventions before the arthrodesis. Mean follow-up was seven years. Material and methods: The arthrodeses were performed for posttraumatic degeneration (n=21), sequelae of septic arthritis (n=3), poliomyelitis (n=2), and rheumatoid arthritis (n=1). Forty-four percent of the patients had osteoarthritis of the subtalar joint… CONTINUE READING

Similar Papers