Arthroscopic curettage and bone grafting of cystic lesion of the talus: a case report

Vol 28 | Issue 1 | Sep 2018 | page: 8-13 | Manabendra Nath Basu Mallick, Chetan Shrivastava, Sebabrata Pal, Sunil Baliga


Authors: Manabendra Nath Basu Mallick [1], Chetan Shrivastava [2], Sebabrata Pal [3], Sunil Baliga [4]

 

[1] Senior Consultant Orthopaedics, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata.
[2] Fellow Arthroscopy and Sports Surgery, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata.
[3] Consultant Orthopaedics, Health World Hospital, Durgapur.
[4] Fellow Arthroscopy and Sports Surgery, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata.

Address of Correspondence
Dr. Chetan Shrivastava
Consultant Orthopaedics, Health World Hospital, Durgapur
Email: drchetan.shrivastava@gmail.com


Arthroscopic curettage and bone grafting of cystic lesion of the talus: a case report

Abstract

Simple bone Cyst of Talus is a rare occurrence and their treatment is challenging. The following case is being reported by us, for suggesting arthroscopic curettage and bone grafting technique as a successful and predictable method in such lesions with minimal morbidity.
Keywords: Hindfoot arthroscopy, simple bone cyst, talus, osteochondral autograft transfer system (OATS).


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How to Cite this Article: Mallick MNB, Shrivastava C, Pal S, Baliga S. Arthroscopic curettage and bone grafting of cystic lesion of the talus: a case report. International Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery; July – Dec 2018; 28(1): 25-28.

 


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