Clinical Study of Total Ankle Arthroplasty Using Gait Analysis (5-Year Follow-Up)

  • S. Giannini
  • F. Catani
  • M. G. Benedetti
  • A. Leardini


The implantation of ankle prostheses has been in use for about 30 years.


Gait Analysis Plantar Flexion Total Ankle Arthroplasty Ankle Arthrodesis Total Ankle Replacement 
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  • S. Giannini
  • F. Catani
  • M. G. Benedetti
  • A. Leardini

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