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  • January 2005 | Volume 18 - Issue 1
    Here is a lateral radiograph of a calcaneus-to-calcaneus transfer of autogenous bone graft from the posterior-superior aspect of the body to the anterior aspect of the body for lengthening of the calcaneus in a combined collapsing pes valgus repair.
    By D. Scot Malay, DPM
    27,966 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
       There are many instances when it is appropriate for the foot and ankle surgeon to use bone grafts in order to enhance a patient’s clinical outcome. When it comes to reconstructive osteotomies for angular realignment, arthrodeses and the repair of nonunions and cystic bone lesions, these are often best performed with procedures that take advantage of the many desirable features of bone grafts and, more recently, bone graft substitutes.    Before discussing the details of bone graft substitutes, it is helpful to review the bone graft options that are availa... continue reading