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Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint

F. I. van Moppes

Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint

by F. I. van Moppes

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Published by Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema in Utrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ankle -- Radiography,
  • Ankle -- Surgery,
  • Ankle -- Wounds and injuries -- Diagnosis

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementF. I. van Moppes, C. R. van den Hoogenband.
    ContributionsHoogenband, C. R. van den
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD562 M66
    The Physical Object
    Pagination166 p. :
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21489923M
    ISBN 109031305510
    OCLC/WorldCa11043846

      Acute Midtarsal Sprains: Frequency and Course of Recovery Treatment of ruptures of the lateral ligament of the ankle. J. Joint Bone Surg., . van Moppes, F.I., van den Hoogenband, C.R.: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Aspects of Inversion Trauma of the Ankle Joint. Amsterdam, Cited by:   Figure B X-ray of the ankle, displaying fractures Imaging Assessment. Findings: There was a transverse fracture of the medial malleolus associated with an oblique fracture of the fibula above the level of the ankle joint. A small, minimally displaced, posterior malleolar fracture was also seen on the lateral : Brent Burbridge, Frcpc.

    Ankle replacement (prosthesis). Prosthetic replacement of ankle joint: For 1 year following implantation of prosthesis With chronic residuals consisting of severe painful motion. or weakness With intermediate degrees of residual weakness, pain or. limitation of motion rate by analogy to or Minimum rating Ankle sprain: Diagnosis and therapy starts with knowledge of anatomy – Written by Pau Golanó, Spain and Jordi Vega, Switzerland. A thorough knowledge of anatomy is imperative for adequate assessment of joint injury. It is particularly important in the ankle joint where sprains are one of the most prevalent injuries of the musculoskeletal.

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS – ANKLE INSTABILITY: Clinicians should use diagnostic classifications other than ankle instability when the patient’s reported activity limitations or impairments of body function and structure are not con-sistent with those presented in the Diagnosis. The injuries of ligament system of ankle joint make 85% of all sprains which are furthermore the most fre-quent. Emphasized plantar flection and inversion of foot make the main mechanism of this ligament complex in-jury occurrence (8). The injuries of medial part of ankle joint make just 5% of soft tissues injuries of ankle joint they occur.


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Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint by F. I. van Moppes Download PDF EPUB FB2

By means of a questionnaire, an inventory was made of the residual complaints and possible handicaps 9 months post-injury in patients who had been treated for distortion or lateral ankle ligament injury. The response rate was 81% and responses were equally distributed among the various grades of by: Author(s): Moppes,F I van; Hoogenband,C R van den Title(s): Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint/ F.I.

van Moppes, C.R. van den Hoogenband. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Utrecht: Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema, Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint By Floris Isaac van Moppes and Cornelis Reindert van den Hoogenband Publisher: Maastricht: Rijksuniversiteit Limburg.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. all inversion sprains. Rupture of ATFL is followed by damage to the CFL and finally to the PTFL, when mechanism of injury continues around the lateral aspect of the ankle.

However combined ruptures of the ATFL and CFL occur in 20% of cases and the PTFL is usually not injured, unless a true dislocation of the ankle joint occurs. Isolated. In our institution lateral ankle ligament injuries are classified into three grades according to the extent of instability found on physical examination an Grade I and II lesions are taped, while treatment of grade III lesions consists of operative reconstruction of the ruptured by:   This guideline aimed to advance current understandings regarding the diagnosis, prevention and therapeutic interventions for ankle sprains by updating the existing guideline and incorporate new research.

A secondary objective was to provide an update related to the cost-effectiveness of diagnostic procedures, therapeutic interventions and prevention by: Sprain’ () and ‘Chronic Ankle Sprain’ () and concerns the physical therapist’s diagnostic and therapeutic process for patients with an inversion trauma of the lateral capsular ligamentous complex or for patients with functional instability of the ankle, including measures to prevent recurrence of.

#### Discussion The most common injury sustained during an ankle plantar flexion and inversion injury is a lateral ankle ligamentous injury.

The bony architecture of the ankle joint is most stable in dorsiflexion. Ankle sprains are therefore more likely to occur with the ankle in plantar flexion because ligamentous support is more by: 1. The talocrural or ankle joint is a load-bearing joint formed by the articular surfaces of the tibial and fi bular distal epiphyses and the talus in its superior, lateral, and medial aspects.

Ankle injuries are a huge medical and socioeconomic problem. Many people have a traumatic injury of the ankle, most of which are a result of sports. Total costs of treatment and work absenteeism due to ankle injuries are high.

The prevention of recurrences can result in large savings on medical costs. A multidisciplinary clinical practice guideline was developed with the aim to prevent Cited by: an ankle ligament were found to be 84% and 96%, respectively.

The interobserver agreement for the delayed physical examination of the ankle was good (kappa values, and ). Delayed physical examination gives information of diagnostic quality which is equal to that of arthrography, and causes little discomfort to the Size: KB.

Leiden: Rijks Universiteit Leiden. Thesis, van Moppes F I, van den Hoogenband C R. Anatomy of the ankle joint. In: van Moppes F I, van den Hoogenband C R, Eds.

Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint. Chapter 2. Utrecht: Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema van der Ent F W C. Lateral ankle Cited by: He has been awarded a PhD on diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of inversion trauma of the ankle joint. Download Dr Cees-Rein van den Hoogenband on being Chief Medical Officer of the Netherlands' Olympic team.

Users who like Dr Cees-Rein van den Hoogenband on being Chief Medical Officer of the Netherlands' Olympic team. Inversion sprains cause pain along the external side of the ankle and are the most typical type.

Pain along the inner side of the ankle may represent a more severe injury to the tendons or to the ligaments that support the arch and should always be assessed by a doctor. The review compared different types of functional treatment (elastic bandage, tape, lace-up ankle support, and semi-rigid ankle support) in people with an acute injury to the lateral ligament complex of the ankle.

Eighty patients with grade III lateral ligament ruptures were treated either with total immobilization in a walking plaster cast or early mobilization in a stabilizing orthosis.

The criterion for entrance was a talar tilt of more than 9° and an anterior translation of more than 10 mm at stress radiography, a previously stable ankle, and a contralateral ankle showing normal stress radiographic by: Although termed an ankle sprain, technically it involves injury to ligaments of both the ankle joint and the subtalar joint.

About 85% of ankle sprains involve inversion (Whiting and Zernicke, ), and many involve plantar flexion such as in landing poorly from a jump or falling out of a turn. Acute and chronic ankle inversion injuries are a common source of pain and a diagnostic challenge. Several studies have shown a variety of injury patterns after inversion injury both in acute and chronic settings.

Although traditional assessment with clinical examination and radiographs is generally accepted for inversion injuries, MR imaging is a useful tool to. Therefore, in lateral ankle ligament rupture, tape bandages seem preferable.

The best method for treating ruptured lateral. ankle ligaments is still a matter of debate. The. following three methods are widely used: 1) suture and plaster immobilization, 2) plaster im. Bone and Joint Infections takes a multidisciplinary approach in covering the diagnostic and therapeutic treatment of osteomyelitis and septic arthritis, including different types of implant-associated infections.

Correct and rapid diagnosis of bone and joint infection is crucial, and requires the input of a. Acute lateral ankle ligament injuries are very common problems in present health care. Still there is no hard evidence about which treatment strategy is superior.

Current evidence supports the view that a functional treatment strategy is preferable, but insufficient data are present to prove the benefit of external support devices in these types of by: Vaishaly : Anatomical study of the ankle joint in relation to the anterior, the posterior and the (new) medial arthroscopic portals unsightly scars.

At the end of the procedure the incisions are closed by putting tiny sutures on the skin to close the portals and covered by a sterile dressing. Often patient can go home on the same day.

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