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All patients in the study had been treated with AmnioClear during surgery to repair peroneal or posterior tibial tendons.
The posterior tibial tendon is responsible for the suspension of the medial arch of the foot.
25) Although interposition of the posterior tibial tendon has been reported in the literature in one patient, (26) posterior collicular fractures are typically nondisplaced and are treated nonoperatively.
I'm sitting there happy that the team is winning and posting shutouts, so I am happy with that," said Vaughn, who suffered from ankle tendinitis, a high ankle sprain and a strained posterior tibial tendon, an injury he suffered during practice three weeks ago.
The proposed operation would be done to put the posterior tibial tendon back inside its protective sheath, on the inside of his ankle.
2 (also known as Ballet Imperial) her posterior tibial tendon (the one that allows you to stand on your foot) snapped.
But accurate diagnosis is required since one-third of grade 2 or 3 ankle sprains have an associated injury such as osteochondral talar dome fracture, posterior impingement, peroneal or posterior tibial tendon injury etc.
Originally designed for athletes, the Custom Sure Step effectively counters posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, severe arthritic conditions and partial paralysis.