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plantar plate disruption

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Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: plantar plate disruption

History: 22 year old college football player with pain on the plantar aspect of the great toe at the first MTP (metatarsophalangeal) joint.

Findings: Plain radiographs: ·no fractures or joint space irregularities ·retraction of the 1st MTP sesamoids when compared with old radiographs MRI: ·T2 hyperintensity within the plantar soft tissues at the 1st MTP ·Disruption of the plantar plate at the site of injury ·Retraction of the sesamoids

Ddx: ·Cellulitis ·Contusion ·Plantar plate disruption ·Flexor hallicus longus tendonosis

Exam: Tenderness to palpation at the site of the patient’s pain.

No MeSH data available.


Radiographs of the affected foot taken several months prior to the injury
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plantar plate disruption

Taylor AMT - MedPix

Radiographs of the affected foot taken several months prior to the injury
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MPX1839_synpic18493: Radiographs of the affected foot taken several months prior to the injury

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: plantar plate disruption

History: 22 year old college football player with pain on the plantar aspect of the great toe at the first MTP (metatarsophalangeal) joint.

Findings: Plain radiographs: ·no fractures or joint space irregularities ·retraction of the 1st MTP sesamoids when compared with old radiographs MRI: ·T2 hyperintensity within the plantar soft tissues at the 1st MTP ·Disruption of the plantar plate at the site of injury ·Retraction of the sesamoids

Ddx: ·Cellulitis ·Contusion ·Plantar plate disruption ·Flexor hallicus longus tendonosis

Exam: Tenderness to palpation at the site of the patient’s pain.

No MeSH data available.