AANA Advanced Arthroscopy. The Foot and Ankle by Ned Amendola

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Standard arthroscopic video equipment is adequate for ankle arthroscopy. Although high-definition video equipment provides greater detail and picture quality, no direct effect on patient outcomes has been reported. Rasps. Small rasps are occasionally useful for smoothing bony edges after débridement. Inflow System Gravity inflow from 3-L bags of saline is used for all ankle arthroscopies. The bags are routinely elevated to maximum vertical height of 3 m, and a tourniquet is inflated to 300 mm Hg during the arthroscopy.

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Bipolar intra-articular cautery facilitates hemostasis when performing the procedure without tourniquet inflation. FIGURE 4-6 Arthroscopic view from the anteromedial portal shows the tip of the medial malleolus, the talus, and the fibers of the deltoid ligament. FIGURE 4-7 Arthroscopic view from the anteromedial portal shows the medial gutter of the right ankle. 30 AANA ADVANCED ARTHROSCOPY: THE FOOT AND ANKLE PITFL TTFL FIGURE 4-8 Arthroscopic view from the anteromedial portal shows the anteromedial dome of the talus in the foreground and the articular surface of the medial malleolus in a right ankle (dry joint).

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