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Foot & Ankle


Pain on plantar foot @ 2 – 3rd metatarsal. Associated w/ tight shoes, relieved by removing shoes. Palpable painful mass Morton’s neuroma; Tx w/ NSAIDs, wide shoes, then steroid injections
Painful swelling over bony prominences; hallux valgus bunion
clawtoe / hammertoe F>M 5:1; flexor tendon imbalance; claw FDP; hammer FDB
ankle sprain site of injury ATFL>CFL>PTFL (85% inversion / plantarflexion)
ankle injury: Ottawa rules: xray if: Bone tenderness, esp at distal fibula, or post edge or tip of medial/lateral malleolus; Inability to bear weight; Age over 60
Foot injury: Ottawa rules: xray if: pain in the midfoot zone and in base of 5th metatarsal or navicular bone; inability to bear weight
Created by: Abarnard