Soft-tissue and osseous impingement syndromes of the ankle: role of imaging in diagnosis and management.

@article{Robinson2002SofttissueAO,
  title={Soft-tissue and osseous impingement syndromes of the ankle: role of imaging in diagnosis and management.},
  author={Philip J. Robinson and Lawrence M. White},
  journal={Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc},
  year={2002},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={1457-69; discussion 1470-1}
}
Soft-tissue and osseous impingement syndromes of the ankle can be an important cause of chronic pain, particularly in the professional athlete. The main impingement syndromes are anterolateral, anterior, anteromedial, and posterior impingement. These conditions arise from initial ankle injuries, which, in the subacute or chronic situation, lead to development of abnormal osseous and soft-tissue thickening within the ankle joint. The relative contributions of the osseous and soft-tissue… CONTINUE READING
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