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Osteochondral Injuries of the Talus.

Osteochondral lesions of the talus are a common sequelae of trauma and are often associated with ankle sprains and ankle fractures. Because the surface of the talus is composed primarily of hyaline cartilage, the regenerative capacity of these injuries is limited. Therefore, several open and arthroscopic techniques have been described to treat osteochondral injuries of the talus and underlying bone marrow lesions. Throughout this review, these treatment options are discussed along with their indications and currently reported outcomes. A commentary on the authors' preferences among these techniques is also provided.

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