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Christopher Jantzen, Lars Bo Ebskov, Kim Hegnet Andersen, Mostafa Benyahia, Peter Bro Rasmussen & Jens Kurt Johansen

Ortopædkirurgisk Afdeling, Fod- og Ankelkirurgisk Sektion, Hvidovre Hospital

Ugeskr Læger 2020;182:V04200244

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UgeskrLæger 2020;182:V04200244
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Ankle arthrosis

Christopher Jantzen, Lars Bo Ebskov, Kim Hegnet Andersen, Mostafa Benyahia, Peter Bro Rasmussen & Jens Kurt Johansen

Ugeskr Læger 2020;182:V04200244

Symptomatic ankle arthrosis affects 1-4% of the population, and the most common aetiology is post-traumatic. Symptoms include pain, swelling and reduced range of motion. Diagnosis is based on weight-bearing X-rays of the ankle joint, and treatment depends on the arthrosis grade and patient characteristics. Non-operative therapy, i.e. physiotherapy, analgesics, injection therapy and/or braces/orthoses is first-line treatment, as we argue in this review. Arthroscopy can be an effective treatment for some patients, but in case of severe arthrosis, osteotomies, total ankle replacement or arthrodesis may be necessary.

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