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Ankle & Foot
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Medial Pain
Lateral Pain
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Posterior pain
Anterior pain
Forefoot Pain
Miscellaneous
Tibialis Posterior
FHL
Deltoid Ligament
Spring Ligament
Tarsal Tunnel
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Disorders of the other two medial tendons, Flexor Digitorum and Flexor Hallucis, is less common. FDL may share a synovial sheath with tibialis posterior and may be co involved. The adjacent image shows isolated tendinopathy of FDP. Flexor Hallucis tendon sheath communicates with the ankle joint and may therefore contain fluid, sometimes in large quantities, as a result of this. Associated synovial thickening should be sought to differentiate normal fluid from tenosynovitis. A retinaculum covers the tendon as it rounds the posterior aspect of the os calcis. Occasionally this can become thickened causing a triggering phenomena during ankle flexion and extension
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