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Arthroscopically measured syndesmotic stability after screw vs. suture button fixation in a cadaveric model.
Effect of Sequential Sectioning of Ligaments on Syndesmotic Instability in the Coronal Plane Evaluated Arthroscopically.
The effect of ankle distraction on arthroscopic evaluation of syndesmotic instability: A cadaveric study.
Epidemiology and return to play following isolated syndesmotic injuries of the ankle: a prospective cohort study of 3677 male professional footballers in the UEFA Elite Club Injury Study.
Symptomatic venous thromboembolism after non-operatively treated foot or ankle injury.
The arthroscopic syndesmotic assessment tool can differentiate between stable and unstable ankle syndesmoses.
Arthroscopic Assessment of Syndesmotic Instability in the Sagittal Plane in a Cadaveric Model.
Factors associated with adverse events after distal tibiofibular syndesmosis fixation.
Utility of Volumetric Measurement via Weight-Bearing Computed Tomography Scan to Diagnose Syndesmotic Instability.
Worldwide epidemiology of foot and ankle injuries during military training: a systematic review.
Arthroscopic characterization of syndesmotic instability in the coronal plane: Exactly what measurement matters?
Do Coronal or Sagittal Plane Measurements Have the Highest Accuracy to Arthroscopically Diagnose Syndesmotic Instability?