Description of patient (type of occupation, indication of age, intensity of sport):
39 year old engineer. Active and healthy.
History and previous treatment:
4 years ago diagnosis of OCD medial talus left ankle. Arthroscopy with debridement and drilling done including ATFL repair. Fine after surgery. Did sports again including running.
Pain left ankle. Started a few months ago. No trauma.
Left ankle mild swelling. Normal axis. General Hypermobility. Same stability right and left ankle.
Normal ankle, no deformity.
Additional investigation (CT/MRI)
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Reoccurance OCD medial talus, status after arthroscopic debridement and drilling 4 years ago.
Question(s) to this case:
What to do:
1) Wait and see?
I would go for a second debridement and BMS. The reason is the fragment which is still in place.
The chance for a good result is 75%.