Stanley R Kalish, DPM discusses the importance of Triple Arthrodesis, it’s indications, and common fixation modalities for this procedure. Dr Kalish also presents anatomic considerations when performing this type of surgery, as well as provides valuable insight into technique and case specific hardware selection. He closes with case presentations highlighting the concepts discussed in the lecture.
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Stanley Kalish Stanley R Kalish, DPM has disclosed that he receives Honorarium/Expenses, is a Consultant to and serves on the Speaker's Bureau for Pfizer and Merck. He will be speaking on the investigational products dalbavancin and telavancin.