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Right Ankle Instability with Surgery
Right Ankle Instability with Surgery

This is a single custom board showing four steps of a right ankle stabilization.rnrnThe first image shows the insertion of the arthroscopic instruments.rnrnThe second image illustrates the debridement with the talus joint space.rnrnThe third image shows a large incision being cut and the holes that are drilled into the distal fibula where the calcaneofibular and anterior talofibular ligaments attach.rnrnThe fourth image is a zoomed in version of the third image, this time showing the threaded graft tendon thro

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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