A Closer Look At Drilling And Cartilage Replacement For Talar Dome Lesions

Issue Number:  Volume 28 – Issue 2 – February 2015 Author(s):  John F. Grady, DPM, FASPS, FACFAM, Emil Zager, DPM, Kathleen Trotter, DPM, and Darshan Nagesh, DPM While there are indications for a variety of reparative or restorative techniques for talar dome lesions, these authors review the literature and advantages of retrograde drilling and juvenile particulated cartilage for these complex lesions, and provide two illustrative case studies.  Section:  Feature

Issue Number:  Volume 28 – Issue 2 – February 2015 Author(s):  John F. Grady, DPM, FASPS, FACFAM, Emil Zager, DPM, Kathleen Trotter, DPM, and Darshan Nagesh, DPM While there are indications for a variety of reparative or restorative techniques for talar dome lesions, these authors review the literature and advantages of retrograde drilling and juvenile particulated cartilage for these complex lesions, and provide two illustrative case studies.  Section:  Feature

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A Closer Look At Drilling And Cartilage Replacement For Talar Dome Lesions