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Diagnosis: Thinning and irregularity of the anterior talofibular ligament consistent with previous inversion injury.

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Diagnosis: Diagnosis: Thinning and irregularity of the anterior talofibular ligament consistent with previous inversion injury.

History: History (can include gestational age, or age in days, weeks, months): 25 year-old male with multiple right- sided inversion injuries over past ten years. Currently complains of subluxing peroneal tendons.

Findings: Image Findings: Axial fat-saturated T1-weighted MR image of the right ankle shows a thinned and irregular anterior talofibular ligament and fluid communicating between the joint space and the peroneal tendon sheath. No other ligamentous or tendinous abnormality, fracture or soft tissue swelling is present.

Ddx: Differential Diagnosis for these findings in this case: Chronic injury to anterior talofibular ligament.

Exam: Physical Exam and Laboratory: Well-developed, white man who has no swelling, erythema, scars or point tenderness of the right ankle. He has full and equal range of motion bilaterally. He is able to sublux his peroneal tendons. Negative anterior drawer sign. No subtalar instability onphyscial examination.

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Diagnosis: Thinning and irregularity of the anterior talofibular ligament consistent with previous inversion injury.

Patterson RAP - MedPix

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View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Diagnosis: Thinning and irregularity of the anterior talofibular ligament consistent with previous inversion injury.

History: History (can include gestational age, or age in days, weeks, months): 25 year-old male with multiple right- sided inversion injuries over past ten years. Currently complains of subluxing peroneal tendons.

Findings: Image Findings: Axial fat-saturated T1-weighted MR image of the right ankle shows a thinned and irregular anterior talofibular ligament and fluid communicating between the joint space and the peroneal tendon sheath. No other ligamentous or tendinous abnormality, fracture or soft tissue swelling is present.

Ddx: Differential Diagnosis for these findings in this case: Chronic injury to anterior talofibular ligament.

Exam: Physical Exam and Laboratory: Well-developed, white man who has no swelling, erythema, scars or point tenderness of the right ankle. He has full and equal range of motion bilaterally. He is able to sublux his peroneal tendons. Negative anterior drawer sign. No subtalar instability onphyscial examination.

No MeSH data available.