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On this page you will find interesting facts about knee, ankle, hip & sports orthopedics! Since I am particularly dedicated to knee and sports surgery, I specialize especially in injuries such as cruciate ligament rupture.

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Disc Miniscus

Today’s “Case of the week” is about a 45-year-old patient who tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in 2017. At

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Cyclops Syndrome

Our patient today presented with long-standing complaints in the left ankle. Anamnestically, he suffered a comminuted fracture of the left

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Ankle joint endoprosthesis

The patient reported that the pain was initially mild and occurred during walking, but subsided with periods of rest. Recently, however, the symptoms have worsened and the pain is now present even at rest.

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Stress fracture

The patient reported that the pain was initially mild and occurred during walking, but subsided with periods of rest. Recently, however, the symptoms have worsened and the pain is now present even at rest.

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Open Wedge Distal Femur Osteotomy – Knee Joint Osteotomies / Operative Master Course

Conversion osteotomy – What makes sense?

Tips and Tricks – HTO & DFO

ACL combination interventions with half-slide

Combination procedures osteotomy and ACL

Pre- and postoperative care after total knee and hip replacement – Interdisciplinary collaboration

Sports medicine problems in the knee examination, diagnosis, therapy

Open Wedge HTO – Valgus high tibial osteotomy