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(Ankle sprains)
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  • Coalitions of the Tarsal Bones. [Review]
  • FAFoot Ankle Clin 2018; 23(3):435-449
  • Klammer G, Espinosa N, Iselin LD
  • Tarsal coalitions are the result of impaired mesenchymal separation of the tarsal bones. The most common types include calcaneonavicular or talocalcaneal coalitions. Subtalar stiffness results in pat...
  • Fractures of the Lateral Process of the Talus. [Review]
  • FAFoot Ankle Clin 2018; 23(3):375-395
  • Tinner C, Sommer C
  • Lateral talar process fractures (LTPF) are uncommon injuries but have become more relevant with snowboarding. Currently the fractures are classified according to McCrory-Bladin into 3 types, with adv...
  • Propagation of Syndesmotic Injuries During Forced External Rotation in Flexed Cadaveric Ankles. [Journal Article]
  • OJOrthop J Sports Med 2018; 6(6):2325967118781333
  • Mait AR, Forman JL, … Kent RW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Plantar flexion decreased and dorsiflexion increased the incidence of syndesmotic injuries compared with neutral matched-pair ankles. Injury propagation was not identical in all ankles that sustained a syndesmotic injury, but a characteristic sequence initiated with injuries to the medial ligaments, particularly the superficial deltoid, followed by the propagation of injuries to either the syndesmotic or lateral ligaments (depending on ankle flexion), and finally to the interosseous membrane or the fibula.
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