Deficiency of these proteins leads to progressive loss of anterior horn cells and progressive muscle weakness in children. Review more high-yield concepts about this topic on today's episode of the "Orthobullets Audio Review" wherever you listen to podcasts!
Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? Sign Up. See more of Orthobullets on Facebook.
Log In. Forgot account? Not Now. Pages Liked by This Page. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. AAOS Members. Recent Post by Page. Anterior tarsal tunnel syndrome usually presents with a dull ache, n These symptoms may be exacerbated by certain positions of the foot e. Pain is related to compression of the deep peroneal nerve DPN or its branches, as it cross through a fibro-osseous canal known as the anterior tarsal tunnel that is deep to the extensor hallucis longus and extensor digitorum longus in the foot.
Review more high-yield concepts about Tarsal Tunnel syndrome on the most recent episode of The Orthobullets Podcast. Listen wherever you get your podcasts!
Sesamoid fractures can occur in the foot as a result of forced dorsi They can be distinguished from a bipartate sesamoid by increased activity on a bone scan. A tibial sesamoid fracture recalcitrant to conservative management can be treated with Tibial sesamoidectomy, which would be the most appropriate and reliable treatment to return a patient back to sports.
Review more high-yield concepts about Sesamoid Injuries of the Hallux on the most recent episode of The Orthobullets Podcast. Anterior ankle impingement is a common condition among athletes who Though imaging will often show spurs of the talar neck and anterior tibia, cadaveric studies show these rarely come into contact, rather anterior synovial and capsular tissue impingement is the source of pain. Additionally, lateral ankle instability and osteochondral lesions are often seen in conjunction with impingement and should be treated accordingly.
Review more high-yield concepts about Tibiotalar Impingement on the most recent episode of The Orthobullets Podcast.