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Arthroscopic Bone Marrow Stimulation of the Ankle: Technical Tips from Simple to Complicated Cases

January 01, 2013

Contributors: Ichiro Yoshimura, MD; Kazuki Kanazawa, MD; Masatoshi Naito, MD; Chayanin Angthong, MD; Chayanin Angthong, MD

Peer review has expired on this program. It is the viewer’s responsibility to determine the educational value of this historical content.
Peer review has expired on this program. It is the viewer’s responsibility to determine the educational value of this historical content.

From updated evidence-based papers, it appears that arthroscopic bone marrow stimulation is a standard procedure for the osteochondral lesions of the talus with a diameter less than 15 millimeters. Our goal of this multimedia presentation is to demonstrate the surgical techniques and pearls and pitfalls of this procedure from simple to complicated cases. During 2010-2012, we collected the data and video records of patients (with permission). We provided narration to describe the interesting points during the procedure. Arthroscopic bone marrow stimulation, using the standard techniques of anterior ankle arthroscopy, is useful and applicable to osteochondral lesions of the talus. From this multimedia presentation, the viewer will learn about the operative indications, preoperative evaluation, the operative setup and techniques, potential complications, and the pearls and pitfalls of the arthroscopic bone marrow stimulation of the ankle.

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