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  • October 2008 | Volume 21 - Issue 10
    By George Vito, DPM, FACFAS and Lawrence Fallat, DPM, FACFAS
    10,528 reads | 0 comments | 09/30/08
    Yes. By George Vito, DPM FACFAS. With appropriate experience, surgeons can help relieve symptoms of severe osteoarthritis of the ankle with this procedure and delay the need for a joint destructive procedure. There are basically two major forms of osteoarthritis, both of which can be severely disabling. In primary osteoarthritis, the cause is generally unknown. In secondary osteoarthritis, the cause is generally traumatic in origin. Both forms present with similar clinical symptoms, which include pain, decreased range of motion and swelling. Radiologically, there is a decrease in ... continue reading