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A, The anteromedial portal is located immediately adjacent to the medial border of the tibialis anterior tendon at the level of the joint line. The anterolateral portal is located lateral to the lateral border or the peroneus tertius tendon. Accessory medial or lateral portals may be placed to approach the particular pathology found at surgery, and the location is guided using an 18-gauge needle intraoperatively. B, Posterolateral and posteromedial portal positions are shown in relation to significant anatomic structures.
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AANA Advanced Arthroscopy. The Foot and Ankle by Ned Amendola