A Closer Look At The Use Of Interference Screws For Lateral Ankle Stabilization

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Erigena Baze, DPM, Danielle N. Butto and Lawrence DiDomenico, DPM

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   For further reading, see “A Guide To Addressing Lateral Ankle Instability” in the December 2009 issue of Podiatry Today.

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