Total Ankle Replacement in Ankle Arthritis with Varus Talar Deformity: Pathophysiology, Evaluation, and Management Principles

VMAA is common in end-stage ankle arthritis with varying and poorly described etiologies. With a greater understanding of VMAA, it is becoming apparent that its pathology has both hereditary and environmental factors that follow several different pathways, all resulting in a varus coronal plane deformity of the talus.

VMAA is common in end-stage ankle arthritis with varying and poorly described etiologies. With a greater understanding of VMAA, it is becoming apparent that its pathology has both hereditary and environmental factors that follow several different pathways, all resulting in a varus coronal plane deformity of the talus.

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Total Ankle Replacement in Ankle Arthritis with Varus Talar Deformity: Pathophysiology, Evaluation, and Management Principles