Treatment of Haglundfs Syndrome

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Experince in treatment of 45 patients with HaglundTs syndrome was presented. In 24 patients open operative technique was applied, 21 patients were treated using endoscopic technique. In 33 out of 45patients treatment results were evaluated 6-24 months after operation. Four criteria took into account: amplitude of foot motion, extremity function, pain intensity and satisfactory of patients. Excellent and good results were achieved in 13 patients after open operation and 15 patients after arthroscopic operation. Advantages of intervention using arthroscopy were shown.

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Лечение синдрома Хаглунда

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