Foot and ankle implants are medical devices used to replace damaged or diseased bone and joints in the foot and ankle. They are designed to restore function and relieve pain in individuals who have experienced injury, arthritis, or other conditions that affect the foot and ankle.
There are several types of foot and ankle implants available, including:
Total ankle replacement: This involves replacing the damaged ankle joint with an artificial joint.
Ankle fusion: This involves fusing the bones in the ankle joint together to provide stability and relieve pain.
Subtalar fusion: This involves fusing the bones in the subtalar joint, which is located below the ankle joint.
Toe joint replacement: This involves replacing the damaged joint at the base of the toe with an artificial joint.
Midfoot fusion: This involves fusing the bones in the middle of the foot together to provide stability and relieve pain.
Foot and ankle implants can be made of various materials, including metals, plastics, and ceramics. The choice of material depends on the specific implant and the patient's individual needs.
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