Talar exostosis (epiphyseal dysplasia): case report of posterior arthroscopic excision.
Posterior ankle impingement is a syndrome characterized by discomfort or pain at the hind foot during plantarflexion. The etiology can be divided into three main categories: overuse, trauma and anatomic abnormalities. Regarding overuse, usually patients that complain of posterior ankle pain are ballet dancers, downhill runners, field athletes and soccer players secondary to flexor hallucis tendinitis.
Zampogna, B; Vasta, S; Papalia, R; Amendola, A; Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Canada, ; Diploma and American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons,
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- 195-202. XIX Congresso Nazionale S.I.C.O.O.P. Societa' Italiana Chirurghi Ortopedici Dell'ospedalita' Privata Accreditata -
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