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Peroneus Tendon Dislocation


In the acute phase, there is sharp pain and swelling/bruising over the lateral, posterior part of the ankle and distal fibula, after previous sprain. The patient will have a sense of weakness and instability of the ankle and may recall one or two snapping sounds from the time of the injury. If there was […]

Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease

Basics Description Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is the most common hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy. Involvement progresses from distal to proximal: Lower extremity wasting, weakness, and cavovarus feet develop, followed in some cases by upper extremity weakness. 5 recognized types: Type I (hypertrophic form): The most common form (50% of patients) Thickened nerves have abnormal myelin […]

A Patient’s Guide to Peroneal Tendon Problems


Problems affecting the two peroneal tendons that lie behind the outer ankle bone (the lateral malleolus) are common in athletes. These problems mainly occur in the area where the two tendons glide within a fibrous tunnel behind the lateral malleolus.

This guide will help you understand

how peroneal tendon problems develop how doctors diagnose […]