Unit_2_Day_11_Ankle_foot_leg__Injuries_2-2

Unit_2_Day_11_Ankle_foot_leg__Injuries_2-2 - KIN 320...

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1 Fractures of the Talus y Etiology y Laterally from severe inversion & dorsiflexion y Medially from inversion & plantar flexion w/external rotation of the tibia on the talus y St & Si Symptoms & Signs y Repeated trauma y Pain on weight bearing y Catching or snapping y Intermittent swelling y Tender over anteromedial/anterlateral joint line y Differential Diagnosis y X Ǧ ray Sever±s Disease (Apophysitis of the Calcaneus y Etiology y Young 10 Ǧ 14 yrs old y Traction injury at site of Achilles tendon tt h attachment y Shearing forces on the growth plate y Symptoms & Signs y Pain and instability on weight bearing y Differential Diagnosis y X Ǧ ray Jones Fracture Morton±s Neuroma KIN 320 - Classsroom Notes Fall 2010
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2 Sever±s Disease (Apoph ysitis of the Calcaneus y Etiology y Inflammation of bursa y Pressure of rubbing heel counter of the shoe y Chronic±time to develop y Symptoms & Signs y Pain on bursa palpation y May develop exostosis (Haglund deformity) y Differential Diagnosis y X Ǧ ray y MRI
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course KINESIOLOG 320 taught by Professor Powell during the Spring '11 term at Michigan State University.

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