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We, Hans Polzer, MD and Sebastian F. Baumbach, MD, are two academic orthopedic ankle surgeons currently working at the Department of General, Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery at the University Hospital, LMU Munich.Compared to other joints the specialization in the field of foot and ankle surgery was delayed. Nevertheless, during the last 2 or 3 decades, more and more research regarding the ankle is advancing. On one hand today, we observe an exponential growth in studies and knowledge, whil ...
 
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This time, we are especially excited as we are having two awesome guests with us, Benedikte Ræder and Mette Andersen. They are the first and senior authors of two of the most outstanding trials comparing suture button stabilization to single syndesmotic screw fixation in unstable syndesmotic injuries. One study is entitled “Randomized trial compari…
 
Welcome to a new episode of #AnkleSurgeryUpdate. This time, we decided to present two papers on more fancy surgical procedures in foot and ankle surgery. We picked the following two papers: "Femoral Head Allografts for Talar Body Defects” by Coetzee et al. published in FAI “3D Printed Total Talus Replacement for Avascular Necrosis of the Talus” by …
 
Welcome to a new episode of #AnkleSurgeryUpdate. This time we would like to have a closer look at a very controversly discussed topic: Treatment of Lisfranc-Injuries. Therefore, we picked the following systematic reviews: Arthrodesis or Open Reduction Internal Fixation for Lisfranc Injuries - A Meta-analysis by Levy and colleagues published in Foot…
 
Welcome to our first episode of Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment in 2021. We are starting with great enthusiasm into this year. With several vaccinations available, there is a perspective to tackle the COVID pandemic and we got exciting new research projects coming up. With those good spirits, we decided to spend this first issue on…
 
Welcome back to Ankle Surgery Update - Science Guiding Treatment. It has been a challenging year, but it also has been the year we started our Podcast journey. We would like to thank you all for listening and supporting us. We managed to publish 12 episodes of our podcast with nearly 4000 downloads from 85 countries. That is incredible!!! Both of u…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Ankle Surgery Update - Science guiding treatment. Today we are especially excited, as we got another interview coming up. This time, Mr. Devendra Mahadevan is with us. He is a fellowship trained academic Consultant Trauma and Orthopedic Surgeon at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, UK who specialises in Foot & ankl…
 
Hey there again! Welcome back to Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment your favorite foot and ankle podcast. We are Hans and Sebastian and your hosts. Today, we would like to present and discuss two recent published articles on osteochondral lesions. The articles chosen are: Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Outcomes of Microfractu…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to this month’s special of the Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment! Science is teamwork. In our new special “The FuSpruLMU Hot Wire” we present papers from our group which are commented by independent experts in the field. As always, you can find this podcast on all common platforms and feel free to join us a #Fu…
 
Hey there again! Welcome back to Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment your favorite foot and ankle podcast. We are Hans and Sebastian and we are going to present and discuss the following two new articles on foot and ankle surgery: Comparison of Patients' and Surgeons' Expectations in Foot and Ankle Surgery. By MacMahon et al. published…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to this months episode of the Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment! Thank you very much for tuneing in again. We hope you will find the following paper picks interesting. As always, you can find this podcast on all common plattforms and feel free to join us at FuSpruLMU. The picks for this session are: Magnetic Re…
 
Welcome to our sixths episode of the Ankle Surgery Update, this time on time and all about the hindfoot! The papers presented are: Closed arthrodesis in infected neuropathic ankles using Ilizarov ring fixation. By Alammar et al. published in The Bone & Joint Journal (doi: 10.1302/0301-620X.102B4.BJJ-2019-1158.R1) Long-term Autograft Harvest Site Pa…
 
Welcome to our fifth episode of the Ankle Surgery Update. We are a little bit delayed and we hope you do excuse :) We decided to split this month's episode in two parts. In this first part, we will be presenting and discussion the following 2 papers published recently: Patient Reported Outcome Measures in the Foot and Ankle: Normative Values Do Not…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to our fourth episode of the Ankle Surgery Update. We would like to thank you all for supporting us and the feedback we have received. Our main intention is to present and discuss recent literature. But through your valuable feedback, it became apparent to us, that literature, throughout the world, is interpreted and lived di…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to our third episode of the Ankle Surgery Update. The COVID pandemic has resulted in an unknown mobilization of medical resources. Our thoughts are with our collogues in those countries that have been struck worst, who were facing an unimaginary humanitarian emergency. But maybe we can distract you for the next minutes by pre…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to our second episode of the ankle surgery update. Again, we picked three exciting papers published online Februrary 2020 on pubmed. The articles chosen are: Treatment of Zone 1 Fractures of the Proximal Fifth Metatarsal With CAM-Walker Boot vs Hard-Soled Shoes – published by Nishikawa and colleagues in Foot Ankle Int. 2020 F…
 
We would like to welcome you to the very first episode of the Ankle Surgery Update. In this first episode, we picked two outstanding papers published online January 2020 on pubmed. The articles chosen are: Endoscopic anatomic ligament reconstruction is a reliable option to treat chronic lateral ankle instability – by Cordier and colleagues publishe…
 
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