Ankle Arthroscopic Reconstruction of Lateral Ligaments (Ankle Anti-ROLL)

ESSKA-AFAS Ankle Instability Group

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Ankle instability is a condition that often requires surgery to stabilize the ankle joint that will improve pain and function if nonoperative treatments fail. Ankle stabilization surgery may be performed as a repair in which the native existing anterior talofibular ligament or calcaneofibular ligament (or both) is imbricated or reattached. Alternatively, when native ankle ligaments are insufficient for repair, a reconstruction of the ligaments may be performed in which an autologous or allograft tendon is used to reconstruct the anterior talofibular ligament or calcaneofibular ligament (or both). Currently, ankle stabilization surgery is most commonly performed through an open incision, but arthroscopic ankle stabilization using repair techniques has been described and is being used more often. We present our technique for anatomic ankle arthroscopic reconstruction of the lateral ligaments (anti-ROLL) performed in an all-inside-out manner that is likely safe for patients and minimally invasive.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)e595-e600
JournalArthroscopy Techniques
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2015 Jan 1

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine


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