Ill-conceived Total Ankle Revision Technique

Dear Editor: We read with interest the “instructional course” entitled “Management of Extensive Tibial Osteolysis with the Agility™ Total Ankle Replacement Systems Using Geometric Metal-Reinforced Polymethylmethacrylate Cement Augmentation” in the January/February issue of The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery®. We have significant concerns over the information presented therein. As such, we are compelled to point out some of the significant flaws in the procedure such that readers do not adopt these techniques for revision of total ankle arthroplasty.

Dear Editor: We read with interest the “instructional course” entitled “Management of Extensive Tibial Osteolysis with the Agility™ Total Ankle Replacement Systems Using Geometric Metal-Reinforced Polymethylmethacrylate Cement Augmentation” in the January/February issue of The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery®. We have significant concerns over the information presented therein. As such, we are compelled to point out some of the significant flaws in the procedure such that readers do not adopt these techniques for revision of total ankle arthroplasty.

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Ill-conceived Total Ankle Revision Technique