“Posterior Talus Osteochondroma a rare location, treated by posterior ankle arthroscopy”

Publication date: Available online 3 June 2015 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Author(s): Umesh Kulkarni , Ameya Kulkarni The common cause of posterior ankle impingement syndrome is impingement of the Os Trigonum or the posterior talar process. We report a case of a 46 year old lady having osteochondroma of the posterior talar process, a rare occurrence at this site. This patient was treated with posterior ankle arthroscopic excision through the 2- portal posterior ankle arthroscopy technique in the prone position.

Publication date: Available online 3 June 2015 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Author(s): Umesh Kulkarni , Ameya Kulkarni The common cause of posterior ankle impingement syndrome is impingement of the Os Trigonum or the posterior talar process. We report a case of a 46 year old lady having osteochondroma of the posterior talar process, a rare occurrence at this site. This patient was treated with posterior ankle arthroscopic excision through the 2- portal posterior ankle arthroscopy technique in the prone position.

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“Posterior Talus Osteochondroma a rare location, treated by posterior ankle arthroscopy”