Research Article| Volume 2, ISSUE 3, P200-204, September 1986

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A simple leg-holder for arthroscopy

  • William H. Dunbar
    Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr. W. H. Dunbar, IV at 536 E. Arrellaga Street, Santa Barbara, California 93103, U.S.A.
    From St. Francis Hospital, Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A.
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      A very simple leg-holding device has been devised and used by the author in over 1,200 arthroscopic surgical cases. The device is made from disposable materials that are found in all operating room environments. It has been found safe to use and reliable in its ability to assist in the exposure of either the medial or lateral compartments. It has a very low profile, which permits ready access to superior portals during operative arthroscopy in the suprapatellar pouch and the patello-femoral joint. Perhaps most important of all, its cost is negligible.

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