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Extra resources for Baxter's The Foot and Ankle in Sport, Second Edition
Medial sprains of the ankle are rare because the medial structures are strong and rigid in comparison with the lateral ones. Persistent symptoms on the medial side may be due to an unrecognized fracture of the sustentaculum tali, which can be picked up on a bone scan, or to a localized fibrous tarsal coalition. Sprains of the medial ankle do occur, usually from landing off balance with sudden pronation, but again, this is more likely to produce a sprain of a portion of the deltoid ligament than a strain of the PT tendon, although this can occur.
Hamilton WG: Stenosing tenosynovitis of the flexor hallucis longus tendon and posterior impingement upon the os trigonum in ballet dancers, Foot Ankle 3:74, 1982. 22. Hamilton WG: Foot and ankle injuries in dancers. In Yokum L, editor: Sports clinics of North America, Philadelphia, 1988, Williams & Wilkins. 23. Howse AJG: Posterior block of the ankle joint in dancers, Foot Ankle 3:81, 1982. 24. Quirk R: The talar compression syndrome in dancers, Foot Ankle 3:65, 1982. 25. Hamilton WG, Thompson FM, Snow SW: The modified Brostro¨m procedure for lateral ankle instability, Foot Ankle 14:1, 1993.
One should not dissect medial to the FHL tendon without adequate visualization; the posterior tibial nerve lies directly medial to the FHL tendon. The surgeon should check thoroughly for loose bodies; I have found them even in the FHL tunnel. The foot should be brought into maximal plantarflexion to look for any residual impingement. At times it is necessary to remove more of the posterior lateral tubercle. Often there is a facet on the cephalad portion of the os calcis that articulated with the OT, and this can be large enough to impinge against the posterior lip of the tibia after the OT has been removed.