Tibial intraneural ganglia at the ankle and knee: incorporating the unified (articular) theory in adults and children.

@article{Davis2011TibialIG,
  title={Tibial intraneural ganglia at the ankle and knee: incorporating the unified (articular) theory in adults and children.},
  author={Gavin A Davis and Ian H Cox},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2011},
  volume={114 1},
  pages={
          236-9
        }
}
OBJECT The etiology of intraneural ganglia has been debated for centuries, and only recently a unifying theory has been proposed. The incidence of tibial nerve intraneural ganglia is restricted to the occasional case report, and there are no reported cases of these lesions in children. While evidence of the unifying theory for intraneural ganglia of the common peroneal nerve is strong, there are only a few reports describing the application of the theory in the tibial nerve. In this report the… CONTINUE READING

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