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Computernavigierte Anbohrung der osteochondralen Läsion am Talus (OLT) mit dem Sofamor-Danek-System

  • R. E. Rosenberger
  • C. Hoser
  • R. J. Bale
  • C. Fink

Zusammenfassung

Die Problematik der operativen Behandlung symptomatischer osteochondraler Talusläsionen (OLTs) ist häufig durch die schwierige Erreichbarkeit der Läsion gegeben [12, 16]. Während anterolaterale Läsionen einer arthroskopischen Behandlung gut zugänglich sind, ist die arthroskopische Versorgung dorsomedial gelegener Läsionen deutlich schwieriger [6, 17]. Bei offenen Operationsverfahren sind diese Läsionen meist nur mittels Innenknöchelosteotomie erreichbar.

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  • R. E. Rosenberger
  • C. Hoser
  • R. J. Bale
  • C. Fink

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