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Lateral Ankle Ligament Instability with Surgical Reconstruction
Lateral Ankle Ligament Instability with Surgical Reconstruction

Accurately depicts instability of the right ankle ligaments with corrective surgery. Labels for the peroneus longus muscle, peroneus brevis muscle, calcaneo-fibular ligament, and talo-fibular ligament. Surgical steps: 1. Incision exposing deteriorated ankle ligaments; 2. Drilling of ankle bones with section of the peroneous brevis muscle tendon used to replace the ligaments; and 3. Placement of tendonous graft into drilled holes in the fibula and talus, anchored by sutures.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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