Peroneal Longus Tendon Tear

Peroneal Longus Tendon Tear

The Peroneal Tendons of the Ankle and Foot The peroneals are two muscles and their tendons that lie along the outside of the lower leg bone (the fibula) and cross behind the lateral malleolus (the outer ankle bone). Major muscles that support the lateral part of the...
Treatment of Ankle Sprains

Treatment of Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains Some interesting statistics about Ankle Sprains: 1/10,000 persons/day 23,000 ankle sprains in the U.S. each day 40-45% of sports injuries are ankle injuries 85% of ankle injuries are sprains 85% of sprains are due to inversion with injury to the lateral...
PVNS of the Ankle | Sudden Acute Ankle Pain

PVNS of the Ankle | Sudden Acute Ankle Pain

PVNS Ankle as a Cause of Sudden Acute Ankle Pain A patient consulted me for sudden acute pain in his right ankle while walking. There was no ankle sprain or injury to the right ankle. He has no history of gout. The pain got worse after 2 days and he could no longer...
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