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  • Do External Supports Improve Dynamic Balance in Patients with Chronic Ankle Instability? A Network Meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    Clin Orthop Relat Res 2019Tsikopoulos K, Sidiropoulos K, … Ali A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Evidence of moderate strength indicated that external supports of any type were no more effective than controls in improving dynamic postural control in patients with at least one ankle sprain and residual functional or mechanical deficits. Therefore, implementing those tools as a standalone treatment does not appear to be a viable strategy for the primary management of ankle instability. It is conceivable that combinations of rehabilitation and external supports could be more effective than external supports alone, and future trials should evaluate the potential of such combinations in enhancing not only clinician-reported but also patient-oriented outcomes using long-term follow-up measurements.
  • A Profile of Injuries Sustained by Firefighters: A Critical Review. [Review]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(20)Orr R, Simas V, … Schram B
  • Firefighters, along with other tactical personnel, are at a high risk of work-related physical injury above that of the private sector. The aim of this critical narrative review was to identify, critically appraise and synthesise key findings from recent literature investigating firefighting musculoskeletal injuries to inform injury reduction programs. The methodological approach (search terms, d…
  • Incidence of symptomatic os trigonum among nonathletic patients with ankle sprain. [Journal Article]
    Surg Radiol Anat 2019Kalbouneh HM, Alajoulin O, … Al-Muhtaseb MH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Os trigonum syndrome should be suspected in nonathletic patients with an ankle sprain unresponsive to standard treatment. About 1.1% of acute ankle sprain patients develop an os trigonum syndrome. This finding can help identify the source of a patient's symptoms, leading to an accurate diagnosis, appropriate treatment and reducing the potential chronic symptoms.
  • Osteoid osteoma of the calcaneus misdiagnosed as subtalar sprain. [Case Reports]
    Indian J Cancer 2019 Oct-Dec; 56(4):350-353Vijayan S, Jain C, … Rao SK
  • Osteoid osteoma of foot and ankle account for ten percent of benign bone tumors and commonly involve the talus and metatarsals. Its occurrence in calcaneus is extremely rare and can mimic ankle instability, subtalar arthritis, osteochondritis or plantar fasciitis leading to delay in diagnosis. We present the case of a 17 year old boy with periarticular osteoid osteoma in the calcaneum, who presen…
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