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Lateral lesions in sprained ankles

Anders Lindstrand

Lateral lesions in sprained ankles

a clinical and roentgenological study with special reference to anterior instability of the talus

by Anders Lindstrand

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Published by Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Hospital in Lund .
Written in English


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Statementby Anders Lindstand.
The Physical Object
Pagination140p. :
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20859634M

Indications. Ankle stability at weeks after Ankle Sprain. Instability directs additional management with rehabilitation (or possibly surgery for third degree Ankle Sprain) Inaccurate and not useful on initial Ankle Sprain evaluation.   Generally, the patient presents with an aching ankle months after a prior injury or ankle sprain. Early diagnosis is important as this can lead to improved patient outcomes. Over time, these lesions can impair range of motion, cause stiffness, limit function and also cause catching, locking and clicking of the joint.

Chronic lateral ankle pain is recurring or chronic pain on the outside part of the ankle that often develops after an injury such as a sprained ankle. Signs and symptoms include: Ankle instability. Difficulty walking on uneven ground or in high heels. Pain, sometimes intense, on the outer side of the ankle. Repeated ankle sprains. Stiffness.   Amit Chauhan and Rajiv Limaye discuss the different treatment options for chronic ankle instability, a common athletic injury.. Introduction. Ankle sprain injury is the most common injury sustained during sporting activities. It accounts for up to 40 per cent of all athletic injuries and is most commonly seen in athletes participating in basketball, football, running and ballet/dance [1,2].

Nearly half of all ankle sprains reported during this period occurred during athletic activity. Recent injury surveillance data from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) show lateral ankle sprains (LAS) to be the most common type of ankle sprain. In a 6-year study period, LAS were reported among 25 NCAA sports. Etiology: Occurs in sports with dynamic forces being applied to the ankle. May also be caused by dramatic blow to posterior lateral malleolus, or moderate/severe inversion ankle. sprain resulting in tearing of perineal retinaculum. Signs & Symptoms: Complain .


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Lateral lesions in sprained ankles by Anders Lindstrand Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ATFL is the weakest ligament of the lateral ligament complex, and approximately 70% of lateral ankle sprains involve only this ligament.

The posterior talofibular ligament is injured uncommonly. The medial deltoid ligament is the strongest of the ankle ligaments and tends to be injured with eversion : Scott W.

Melanson, Victoria L. Shuman. Ankle Ligament Lesions. Abstract. This chapter describes injury to the ankle ligaments, including the lateral ankle ligaments, the syndesmotic ligaments and the deltoid ligaments. All aspects on diagnosis, clinical appearances and therapeutic treatment options are highlighted, specified if possible for the by: 1.

Damage to the passive ligament structures of the lateral ankle is termed lateral ankle sprain.8 The lateral ligaments of the talocrural joint consist of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL), the calcaneofibular ligament (CFL), and the posterior talofibular by: 9.

ankle sprain.3,5 In lateral talar dome lesions, tenderness is generally found anterior to the lateral malle-oli, along the anterior lateral border of the talus.3,6 In medial talar dome lesions Cited by: What is a Lateral Ankle Sprain A lateral ankle sprain is a very common injury that occurs when the foot rolls underneath the ankle or leg (see picture below) The structures that can be injured on the outside of the ankle are shown in the picture below.

How the foot lands when the injury occurs will change the structures that are injured. An ankle sprain may result in damage to the surface of the ankle joint or to structures around the ankle joint. This could lead to the development of persistent pain and swelling in the ankle, which does not settle despite a course of physiotherapy or rest.

Damage to the ankle joint (intra-articular) includes injury to the joint surface of the. Treatment and rehabilitation of an ankle sprain can begin after the initial ankle sprain diagnosis.

There are a number of treatment goals and objective measurements which will guide the speed and intensity of the treatment/rehabilitation plan. Testing of the ligamentous structures will help identify the type and grade of injury and highlight Author: Darren Cornforth.

OLTs on the top outside part of the talus (Antero-lateral lesions) usually have a history of a traumatic injury with a twisting component, such as an ankle sprain. Whereas, the OLTs on the inside part of the top of the talus (medial talar osteochondral lesions) are more commonly associated with chronic overload of the medial aspect of the ankle.

an avulsion fracture, caused by the pull of the plantar aponeurosis and the peroneus brevis tendon at the tuberosity of the bone. a Jones fracture, at the base of the fourth and fifth metatarsal (FIGURE 1) a shaft fracture, distal to the fifth metatarsal joint in the proximal diaphysis.

Lateral ankle sprains are referred to as inversion ankle sprains or as supination ankle sprains. It is usually a result of a forced plantarflexion/inversion movement, the complex of ligaments on the lateral side of the ankle is torn by varying degrees. The ankle is among the most prevalent joints injured in sports, the ankle sprain being the most common ankle lesion.

The ankle joint is formed by the distal tibia and fi bula, and the superior talus. The epidemiology of sprains in the lateral ankle and foot was investigated in a prospective study at the casualty ward at Hillerad County Hospital.

During one year, patients were registered. The overall sprain incidence was 7/ person-years. The Cited by: Osteochondral lesions of the talus are a reasonably infrequent cause of long-standing ankle pain and stiffness and are often the result of a severe ankle sprain type injury.

The presence of an osteochondral lesion may initially go undetected and may manifest many months after the initial ankle injury. The most frequent injury of the musculoskeletal system is the lateral ankle sprain. One would suppose that, for such a common injury, a uniform assessment and treatment scheme would be available and accepted.

However, this is not the case. Treatment recommendations range from almost neglect to Cited by: 9. to ankle sprains.3 In their systematic review, Fong et al2 noted that the incidence rates of ankle injury and sprain are highest in field hockey, followed by volleyball, football, basketball, cheerleading, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, rugby, track and field, gymnastics, and softball.

Most ankle sprains result from damage to the lateralCited by: A sprained ankle, also known as a twisted ankle, or rolled ankle is an injury where sprain occurs on one or more ligaments of the ankle.

1 Signs and symptoms. Classification of severity. Inversion (lateral) ankle sprain. Eversion (medial) ankle sprain. High (syndesmotic) ankle sprain. Conservative stic method: Physical examination. title = "Mosaicplasty of osteochondral lesions of the ankle", abstract = "The presence of cartilaginous bodies in the ankle joint was first reported by Monro in [1].

Term and nature of osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) were described in classic reports of K{\"o}nig and Rendu [2, 3].Cited by: 1. Conclusions. The prevalence of structural MRI abnormalities in patients presenting with a previous ankle sprain in primary care is very high.

However, especially bone marrow edema and lateral ligament lesions can also be found in a substantial percentage of contralateral ankles and may be either pre-existent or due to increased stress on the contralateral ankle after an ankle injury Cited by: Ankle ligament sprains accounted for 11% of the total injuries over the two seasons, with over three quarters (77%) of sprains involving the lateral ligament complex.

In the acute setting, the symptoms of a talar dome fracture are similar to and often occur with an ankle sprain.3, 5. In lateral talar dome lesions, tenderness is generally found anterior to the Cited by:. Inversion ankle sprain is a common sport injury. It commonly refers to the injury of lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle.

Failure to detect the concomitant injuries would lead to inappropriate treatment and suboptimal result. A case of unrecognised rupture of the Achilles tendon in a patient with severe inversion ankle sprain is by: 1.

Lateral ankle sprains are often not isolated findings and are frequently associated with other injuries such as peroneal tenosynovitis, anterolateral impingement lesions, ankle synovitis, intra-articular loose bodies, osteochondral lesions of the talus and .Ankle sprains are among the most common of sports injuries, and lateral ankle sprains comprise more than 80% of these.

Even though most of them heal well with conservative treatment, a 56–74% recurrence rate has been reported. Up to 30% of patients with lateral ankle sprains end up having chronic ankle instability (CAI).Author: Yanyu Chen.