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Injury to the Sinus Tarsi and Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

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MR Imaging Strategies for the Lower Extremities By Martin Breitenseher
Describes cardinal symptoms and signs, anatomy and MRI anatomy, examination technique and MRI signs illustrated with examples
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

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The term "sinus tarsi syndrome" was first applied in O’Connor in 1958 to a syndrome of post-traumatic lateral hindfoot pain and instability which was relieved by the injection of local anaesthetic into the sinus tarsi. The same diagnostic criteria seem to have been applied reasonably consistently throughout the literature. Some...
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

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from McGlamry's Comprehensive Textbook of Foot and Ankle Surgery
Clinical presentation, anatomical considerations, etiology, clinical evaluation, ancillary studies and treatment
E. Dalton McGlamry, Alan S. Banks et al 2001
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome

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From The Unstable Ankle Meir Nyska, Gideon Mann & Cobi Lidor
Contents: Anatomy: Ligaments, Blood Vessels, Nerves
Biomechanics:
Histopathology:
Diagnosis: Clinical Presentation and Evaluation,Iamging Techniques, Differential Diagnosis
Treatment: Conservative Treatment, Oerative Treatment
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome ELFAH

Location: http://www.foothyperbook.com/elective/sinusTarsi/sinusTarsiIntro.htm

The term "sinus tarsi syndrome" was first applied in O’Connor in 1958 to a syndrome of post-traumatic lateral hindfoot pain and instability which was relieved by the injection of local anaesthetic into the sinus tarsi. The same diagnostic criteria seem to have been applied reasonably consistently throughout the literature. The...
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome Emergency Orthopaedics

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Description of findings, evaluation and treatment including injection of the sinus tarsi
Robert Simon, Scott C. Sherman, Steven J. Koenigsknecht Emergency Orthopaedics: the extremities
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome MRI

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Practical MRI of the foot and ankle By Alison R. Spouge
Description of the anatomy clinical and MRI findings in this condition
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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome Orthoteers

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Adapted from the Blackburn Foot & Ankle Hyperbook (ELFAH). Sections on Anatomy, Aetiology, Pathology, Clinical,Investigations & Treatment
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Sinus Tarsi Wheeless

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Sinus Tarsi Syndrome:
- pain and tenderness on the lateral side of the hindfoot originating from the area of the sinus tarsus (talocalcaneal sulcus - a tunnel between the talus and calcaneus;
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