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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Studies with Arthroscopically Assistant Percutaneous Approach

Author (year) Study design Sander's type Patients (n) Mean follow-up (mo) Using arthroscope Using portal Changes in Böhler angle (°) Postoperative AOFAS score Number of secondary STJ fusion Complications
Gavlik et al., 200217,37) Retrospective comparative study/case series II 10 <24 1.9 mm, 0° or 4.0 mm, 30° AL, PL 11.2 93.7 NR 1 (HR)
Rammelt et al., 200216) Retrospective comparative study II 18 15 1.9 mm, 0° AL, PL 12.7 92.1 0 1 (HR)
Rammelt et al., 201034) Retrospective case series II 24 29 2.7 mm, 30° AL, CL, PL 13 92.1 0 2 (HR)
Woon et al., 201129) Prospective II 22 33 2.4 mm, 0° AL, CL 17.1 84.2 0 1 (HR), 1 (WI)
Sivakumar et al., 201433) Retrospective case series II, III, IV 13 14.3 2.9 mm, 30° AL, CL 18.3 87.8 0 1 (HR)
Pastides et al., 201531) Prospective II, III 33 24 4.0 mm, 30° AL, CL, PL 12.3 72.2 0 2 (HR), 1 (WI)
Yeap et al., 201632) Retrospective case cohort study II, III 15 16.9 2.7 mm, 30° AL, CL, PL 15.9 86.7 0 1 (HR)
Grün et al., 202035) Retrospective case series II, III 25 15 4.0 mm, 30° PL, PM 24.2 85 0 2 (HR), 4 (TNI)
Gao et al., 202136) Retrospective case series II, III 59 14 2.7 mm, 30° AL, CL 14.4 86.5 0 1 (TNI), 2 (CFP)

AL: anterolateral, AOFAS: American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, CFP: chronic foot pain, CL: centrolateral, HR: hardware removal, NR: not recorded, PL: posterolateral, PM: posteromedial, STJ: subtalar joint, TNI: transient nerve injury, WI: wound infection.

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