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    • Arthrobrostrom 0 small
      • The Arthrex Brostrom Repair System allows surgeons to perform a modified Broström-Gould procedure through a single, 1.5 cm incision. The convenient all-in-one system includes 2 BioComposite™ SutureTak® anchors, all the necessary drill guides, the Micro SutureLasso retrievers to help facilitate percutaneous shuttling of the #1 …
    • Arthroscopic bromstrom 0 small
      • The arthroscopic Brostrom technique can be performed utilizing the Arthrex® Brostrom Repair Implant system. Utilizing BioComposite™ SutureTak® anchors and curved Micro SutureLasso™, surgeons are able to perform an all-arthroscopic lateral ankle ligament repair while simultaneously addressing any …
    • Open tfcc repair 0 small
      • Arthrex introduces an all-arthroscopic, knotless technique to repair peripheral ulnar tears of the articular disk. The advantage of this technique is that it repairs both superficial and deep layers (ligamentum subcrunetum) of the articular disk back-to-bone at their anatomic insertion. In addition, using a knotless technique decreases potential …
    • Arthroscopic repair with the micro suturelasso 0 small
      • Using standard wrist arthroscopy portals and setup, type 1B tears of the TFCC are repaired back to their anatomic insertion on the bone. Using a specialized Micro SutureLasso™ suture passer, a 2-0 FiberWire® suture is passed through the TFCC and a mattress stitch is created. The TFCC kit is then used to place a knotless 2.5 mm PushLock …
    • Arthroscopic tfcc repair 0 small
      • The Arthrex Micro SutureLassos were designed to facilitate repair of the TFCC, whether the dorsal or palmar capsular ligament portion is torn. Each Micro SutureLasso has a 20-gauge tip designed to be less traumatic to the TFCC and surrounding ligament during passing. Both inside/out and outside/in techniques can be used, as well as a double …
    • Deltoid instability 0 small
      • The deltoid ligament is primary responsible for stabilizing the medial side of the ankle joint. It is fairly complex ligament consisting of both superficial and deep fibers. Injuries to the deltoid ligament can occur in multiple settings including simultaneous lateral ankle sprains, ankle fractures or posterior tibial tendon …
    • Lateral ankle instability 0 small
      • Due to lateral ankle injuries sometimes ligaments will stretch out, partially tear, or tear completely in the middle of the ligament.  These chronic sprains can lead to a weakening or laxity to the ligaments leaving an unstable ankle.
    • Lateral ligament reconstruction 0 small
      • Lateral ankle ligament reconstruction can be performed using a free tendon graft and a rigid interference screw with the BioComposite Tenodesis implants. This technique allows for anatomic reconstruction of the anterior talofibular and calcaneofibular ligaments with simple tensioning and rigid fixation of the graft.  
    • Open bromstrom 0 small
      • Arthrex has developed a simple, safe, and reproducible technique using the BioComposite SwiveLock® and FiberTape®. InternalBrace™ ligament augmentation repair can be used to augment to a Broström procedure. InternalBrace ligament augmentation repair allows the surgeon to correct lateral or medial ankle instability. …
    • Tfcc tears 0 small
      • Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) injury is an increasingly recognized problem that can significantly affect wrist function, even for activities of daily living. Diagnosis and treatment of ulnar-sided wrist pain has improved with advances in technology in imaging and arthroscopy. Several techniques have been described for arthroscopic …
    • Wafer excision 0 small
      • The Ulnar Head Wafer procedure is used to eliminate further impingement of the distal ulna against the lunate. This impingement is commonly associated with central TFCC tears. Arthrex has developed extremely efficient, small size burrs (round and oval) to resect the few millimeters needed from the ulnar head.