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Osteochondral Defects

Osteochondral defects (OCD) are very localised areas of joint damage. These conditions usually occur on the talus and are a region where the cartilage and underlying bone have been disrupted.


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Lateral Gutter Impingement

Impingement is when soft tissue becomes pinched between the bones in a joint.
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Arthrofibrosis

Arthrofibrosis usually occurs when there has been excessive scarring on the soft tissue or ligaments and tendons.
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