Prospective Controlled Trial of STAR Total Ankle Replacement versus Ankle Fusion: Initial Results

@article{Saltzman2009ProspectiveCT,
  title={Prospective Controlled Trial of STAR Total Ankle Replacement versus Ankle Fusion: Initial Results},
  author={Charles L. Saltzman and Roger A. Mann and Jeanette E Ahrens and Annunziato Amendola and R. Bentley Anderson and Gregory C Berlet and James White Brodsky and Loretta B. Chou and Thomas O Clanton and Jonathan Thorndike Deland and James K Deorio and Greg A. Horton and Thoams H. Lee and Jeffrey A. Mann and James A. Nunley and David B. Thordarson and Arthur K. Walling and Keith L. Wapner and M. J. Coughlin},
  journal={Foot & Ankle International},
  year={2009},
  volume={30},
  pages={579 - 596}
}
  • Charles L. Saltzman, Roger A. Mann, +16 authors M. J. Coughlin
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Foot & Ankle International
  • Background: Mobile-bearing ankle replacements have become popular outside of the United States over the past two decades. The goal of the present study was to perform a prospective evaluation of the safety and efficacy of a mobile-bearing prosthesis to treat end stage ankle arthritis. We report the results of three separate cohorts of patients: a group of Scandanavian Total Ankle Replacement (STAR) patients and a control group of ankle fusion patients (the Pivotal Study Groups) and another… CONTINUE READING

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