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- Has plantarflexion any positive impact on the clinical risk of vascular injury during ankle arthroscopy ?The Journal of Foot and Ankle SurgeryVol. 46Issue 6
- PreviewI have read with great interest the article by Basarir et al, “Medial and Lateral Malleolar Arteries in Ankle Arthroscopy: A Cadaver Study,” which appeared in the May-June 2007 issue of the Journal (1). I agree that routine plantarflexion of the ankle during portal placement and application of trocars is preferable because it increases the distance between the medial malleolar arteries, lateral malleolar arteries, and standard portals. In the last sentence of the article, the authors state that further studies are required to determine whether plantarflexion could have any positive impact on the clinical risk of vascular injury.