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  • Role of Tendoscopy in Treating Stage II Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction. [Journal Article]
  • FAFoot Ankle Int 2018 Feb 01; :1071100717746192
  • Bernasconi A, Sadile F, … Lintz F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tendoscopy may be considered a valid therapeutic tool in the treatment of stage II PTTD resistant to conservative treatment. It provided objective and subjective encouraging results that could allow continued conservative therapy while avoiding more invasive surgery in most cases. MRI and US were proven more useful in detecting PT lesions than spring ligament tears. Further studies on PT could use this tendoscopic classification to standardize its description.
  • Arthroscopic approach to the spring (calcaneonavicular) ligament. [Journal Article]
  • FAFoot Ankle Surg 2017 Mar 08
  • Lui TH, Mak CYD
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that arthroscopic approach and repair of the spring ligament can injure the medial plantar nerve.The clinical relevance of this cadaver study is that it confirmed the feasibility of arthroscopic approach to the whole span of the spring ligament and alerted the potential risk of injury to the medial plantar nerve during arthroscopic assisted repair of the ligament.
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