Ankle Valgus after Hindfoot Arthrodesis: A Radiographic and Chart Comparison of the Medial Double and Triple Arthrodeses

Abstract: The medial double arthrodesis, comprised of subtalar and talonavicular joint fusions, has become a popular way to correct hindfoot deformity. There is potential concern for an increase in ankle valgus postoperatively owing to extended medial dissection and possible disruption of the deltoid ligament

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Ankle Valgus after Hindfoot Arthrodesis: A Radiographic and Chart Comparison of the Medial Double and Triple Arthrodeses

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