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Arthroscopy (keyhole surgery)

What is ankle arthroscopy?

Ankle keyhole surgery or arthroscopy is the process of inserting a small telescope and instruments through miniscule incisions in the ankle joint, so your consultant can examine and treat it. Images of the inside of the joint are displayed on a monitor in the operating theatre.

Why might I need an ankle arthroscopy?

If you are suffering from ankle arthritisosteochondral injuries or require ankle fusion surgery on an ankle fracture or ankle sprain/instability or the surgeon needs to examine and repair tendons and ligaments, then you may need to have this minimally invasive procedure.

Ankle arthroscopy

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