• Talus Bone

    The talus bone is one of the major bones of the ankle joint.  Abnormalities of the talus can be a source of ankle symptoms like pain. The talus bone is…

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  • Gastrocnemius Vein

    The human body has a network of veins and arteries that work together to ensure proper blood circulation. Among these, the gastrocnemius vein plays an important role in the circulatory…

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  • Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

    Sinus Tarsi Syndrome (STS) is a foot condition that affects many people worldwide. The condition involves pain along the space between the heel and ankle on the outer side.  In…

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  • Trimalleolar Fracture

    A trimalleolar fracture is a severe injury involving three specific areas of the ankle: the lateral malleolus, medial malleolus, and the posterior malleolus. This type of fracture can result in…

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  • Osseous Lesion

    Osseous lesions are abnormal growths or areas of damage within the bones. These lesions can be benign or malignant and are often detected through imaging studies like X-rays, CT scans,…

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  • Are Lytic Bone Lesions Always Cancer?

    Lytic bone lesions are areas of bone damage where bone tissue has been destroyed, leading to a bone defect.  These lesions can be alarming when discovered, often prompting concerns about…

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