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    • Ankle fracture 0 small
      • The Ankle Fracture Management System was developed to be the most comprehensive set available for the treatment of common ankle fracture injuries. The improved small-fragment implants and instruments, anatomic plates, and locking screw technology allow the effective treatment of the majority of ankle fracture patterns. The set includes a variety …
    • 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 …
    • High ankle sprain repair 0 small
      • Isolated syndesmosis injuries can be stabilized with a minimally invasive technique using a syndesmosis-specific two-hole fibular buttress plate with two Syndesmosis TightRope® XP implants. The large distance between the two inner holes of the syndesmosis plate provide stability for the syndesmosis repair. The plate holes are also designed …
    • 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.  
    • Syndesmosis injury 0 small
      • The Syndesmosis TightRope® XP implant system features a unique delivery mechanism that allows surgeons to insert the implant without pulling a needle through the medial skin. Tensioning handles and a new trocar-tipped drill bit have been added to the implant system. Advantages of the Syndesmosis TightRope XP implant system …
    • Syndesmosis repair 0 small
      • The Syndesmosis TightRope® XP implant system features a unique delivery mechanism that allows surgeons to insert the implant without pulling a needle through the medial skin. Tensioning handles and a new trocar-tipped drill bit have been added to the implant system. It is available in stainless steel and titanium.