Arthroscopic Techniques in Foot and Ankle
Nowhere is minimally invasive surgery explained better than in Arthroscopy. Arthroscopy is an important diagnostic and therapeutic technique for the management of disorders of foot and ankle. FARIL was the first lab to create a method to quantify the stability of syndesmotic joint using ankle arthroscopy. Thorough knowledge of foot and ankle anatomy and intraarticular anatomy is critical to avoid complications in foot and ankle arthroscopy. Numerous complications can occur in foot and ankle arthroscopy, such as neurologic, tendon, and ligament injuries, wound complications, infections, and instrument breakage.
Thanks to FARIL team, we were the first lab to introduce a method to quantify the stability of syndesmoses using ankle arthroscopy. We welcome every idea regarding arthroscopic techniques in the management of foot and ankle injuries from researchers all over the world.