Subtalar Arthroscopy with Calcaneal Skeletal Traction in a Hanging Position – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Several arthroscopic approaches to the subtalar joint have been developed in the supine, lateral, or prone position. However, it is difficult to use the posteromedial portal with the patient in the supine or lateral position and the anterolateral portal with the patient prone. Furthermore, obtaining joint distraction in the lateral or prone position is difficult.

Abstract: Several arthroscopic approaches to the subtalar joint have been developed in the supine, lateral, or prone position. However, it is difficult to use the posteromedial portal with the patient in the supine or lateral position and the anterolateral portal with the patient prone. Furthermore, obtaining joint distraction in the lateral or prone position is difficult.

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Subtalar Arthroscopy with Calcaneal Skeletal Traction in a Hanging Position – Corrected Proof