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They must realize that the bone has been there since they were born, and removing it does not lead to immediate motion. The increased plantarflexion is obtained slowly and can be accompanied by many strange symptoms, both anteriorly and posteriorly, as the soft tissues adjust to the new range of motion. 41 ........... Achilles tendon. The lateral approach should be used if the patient has an isolated posterior impingement without a history of FHL tendinitis or medial difficulties. A medial incision in indicated if the patient has a combined problem of FHL tendinitis and posterior impingement, or if he or she primarily has FHL tendinitis with an incidental OT that the surgeon wishes to remove along with an FHL tenolysis.
D) Posterior tibial nerve protected with a blunt retractor. Underneath lies the flexor hallucis longus (FHL) sheath. (E) FHL sheath opened. The medial ankle Posterior tibial tendinitis, so common in athletes, is rare in dancers—an example of altered kinesiology producing altered patterns of injury. Working primarily in the equinus position produces less stress on the posterior tibial tendon but more on the FHL tendon as it passes ........... 42 through its pulley behind the medial malleolus. In addition, dancers are selected for, and usually have, cavus feet, which are less prone to posterior tibial (PT) tendinitis.
6. Scranton PE, McDermott JE: Anterior tibiotalar spurs: a comparison of open versus closed debridement, Foot Ankle 13:125, 1992. 7. Bassett FH, et al: Talar impingement by the anteriorinferior tibiofibular ligament, J Bone Joint Surg 72-A:55, 1990. 8. Ferkel RD, et al: Arthroscopic treatment of anteriorlateral impingement of the ankle, Am J Sports Med 19:440, 1991. 9. McLaughlin HL: Trauma, Philadelphia, 1960, WB Saunders. 10. Arhus. 43 ........... Medial sprains of the ankle are rare because the medial structures are strong and rigid in comparison with the lateral ones.