Achilles Tendon Detachment and Reconstruction

The surgeon will begin by making an incision with a 15 blade loaded on a #3 knife handle. They will then dissect down to the Achilles tendon using either adsons or toothed forceps, cautery, and metz or tenotomy scissors.

The most common method of reconstruction is using another piece of . . .

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