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Ankle impingement

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Ankle impingement is a syndrome that encompasses a wide range of anterior and posterior joint pathology involving both osseous and soft tissue abnormalities. In this review, the etiology, pathoanatomy, diagnostic workup, and treatment options for both anterior and posterior ankle impingement syndromes are discussed.

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a An arthroscopic image demonstrates anterolateral scar impingement with associated synovitis. b An arthroscopic shaver is used to resect the lesion
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Fig4: a An arthroscopic image demonstrates anterolateral scar impingement with associated synovitis. b An arthroscopic shaver is used to resect the lesion

Mentions: Hawkins is credited with reporting the first arthroscopic approach for the treatment of bony anterior ankle impingement in 1988, citing improved visualization with a less invasive approach [81]. Standard anterolateral and anteromedial portals are typically utilized and may be extended with conversion to open arthrotomy if necessary. An arthroscopic burr is used to reshape the anterior tibia and dorsal talus to their native contours. A combination of a shaver and electrothermal device is used to debride hypertrophic or inflamed synovium and fibrotic tissue (Fig. 4). Intraoperative fluoroscopy may be used to confirm adequate resection of spurs (Fig. 4).Fig. 4


Ankle impingement
a An arthroscopic image demonstrates anterolateral scar impingement with associated synovitis. b An arthroscopic shaver is used to resect the lesion
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Fig4: a An arthroscopic image demonstrates anterolateral scar impingement with associated synovitis. b An arthroscopic shaver is used to resect the lesion
Mentions: Hawkins is credited with reporting the first arthroscopic approach for the treatment of bony anterior ankle impingement in 1988, citing improved visualization with a less invasive approach [81]. Standard anterolateral and anteromedial portals are typically utilized and may be extended with conversion to open arthrotomy if necessary. An arthroscopic burr is used to reshape the anterior tibia and dorsal talus to their native contours. A combination of a shaver and electrothermal device is used to debride hypertrophic or inflamed synovium and fibrotic tissue (Fig. 4). Intraoperative fluoroscopy may be used to confirm adequate resection of spurs (Fig. 4).Fig. 4

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

Ankle impingement is a syndrome that encompasses a wide range of anterior and posterior joint pathology involving both osseous and soft tissue abnormalities. In this review, the etiology, pathoanatomy, diagnostic workup, and treatment options for both anterior and posterior ankle impingement syndromes are discussed.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus