Ankle Distorsion

Sprains are very common, usually consists of a rotation of the foot inwardly (inversion) gives. Common findings include pain, swelling and tenderness, with a maximum point in the anterolateral area. Diagnosis is made by stress tests and sometimes radiographs. Treatment involves protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation (PRICE) and early weight bearing for mild sprains and immobilization followed by physiotherapy for medium and heavy sprains; some very severe sprains require surgical intervention.

The major ligaments of the ankle are the deltoid (the pronounced medial ligament.), The ligaments. talofibular anterior and posterior (lateral ligaments) and the Lig Calcaneofibular (lateral ligament). (- ligaments of the ankle.).

Sprains are very common, usually consists of a rotation of the foot inwardly (inversion) gives. Common findings include pain, swelling and tenderness, with a maximum point in the anterolateral area. Diagnosis is made by stress tests and sometimes radiographs. Treatment involves protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation (PRICE) and early weight bearing for mild sprains and immobilization followed by physiotherapy for medium and heavy sprains; some very severe sprains require surgical intervention. The major ligaments of the ankle are the deltoid (the pronounced medial ligament.), The ligaments. talofibular anterior and posterior (lateral ligaments) and the Lig Calcaneofibular (lateral ligament). (- ligaments of the ankle.). Ligaments of the ankle. Inversion (internal rotation of the foot) tears the lateral ligaments, usually first the Lig. Talofibular. Severe second- and third-degree sprains sometimes lead to chronic joint instability and thus predispose to further sprains. An inversion can also lead to Talar-dome fractures, with or without sprain. Eversion (turning of the foot to the outside) the joint load medially. This burden is more likely to avulsion fracture of the medial malleolus, as a Bänderverstauchung because the deltoid ligament is strong. However eversion may also lead to a sprain. Rotation outwardly pushes the joint together laterally. This compression, often associated with a dorsiflexion can lead to fracture of the distal fibula or the Syndesmosenbänder between tibia and fibula proximal to the ankle (hereinafter high sprain) tear. Sometimes eversion forces are transmitted to the fibula and breaking the fibula just below the knee (a so-called. Maisonneuve- fracture). Recurrent ankle sprains can damage the Knöchelpropriozeption and thus predispose to future ankle sprains. Most sprains are weak (1st or 2nd degree). As the ankle to examine are The investigation was shown by Paul Liebert, MD, Tomah Memorial Hospital. var model = {videoId: ‘4611398763001’, playerId ‘H1xmEWTatg_default’, imageUrl ‘http://f1.media.brightcove.com/8/3850378299001/3850378299001_4611416524001_vs-564635b0e4b071da27755b7f-672293880001.jpg?pubId=3850378299001&videoId=4611398763001’ title: ‘How the ankle should be examined’, description: ”, credits: ‘the investigation was shown by Paul Liebert, MD, Tomah Memorial Hospital’, hideCredits. true hideTitle: false, hideDescription: true loadImageUrlWithAjax: true }; var panel = $ (MManual.utils.getCurrentScript ()) Closest ( ‘video element panel..’); ko.applyBindings (model, panel.get (0)); Symptoms and complaints ankle sprains bring pain and swelling. The range of pain and swelling varies with the type of the injury. Inversionsverstauchungen: Usually with a maximum point in the anterolateral area. Eversion injuries: Maximum over the Delta gang Maisonneuve fracture: on the proximal fibula and the medial and sometimes lateral ankle sprains grade 3 (complete cracks, often associated with both medial and lateral ligaments): Often diffuse (sometimes the ankle ovoid) In general, there is a sensitivity maximum over the damaged ligaments and not the bone; Sensitivity that is greater than the bone than the belts, suggests a fracture. Diagnostic stress tests Partial X-rays to rule out fractures Occasionally MRI Diagnosis is clinically usually; not every patient needs an X-ray. Stress tests to assess the integrity of the band, are important. However, if patients have severe pain and swelling or spasms, the investigation is delayed usually exclude fractures up radiographs. Swelling and cramps can complicate an assessment of joint stability; thus a follow-helpful after several days. The ankle can be immobilized an investigation is possible. The stability of the anterior talofibular band is evaluated by train in the front portion of the ankle and thus helps to distinguish second degree of third degree lateral sprains. The patients sit or knee are in this Test on the back, slightly bent; with a hand of the doctor prevents the forward movement of the front side of the distal tibia, while the other hand grasps the heel and pulls it forward. A high ankle sprain should be taken into consideration when eversion was the cause of the injury. Ankle sprain with instability ZEPHYR / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY var model = {thumbnailUrl: ‘/-/media/manual/professional/images/c0095389_sprained_ankle_x-ray_science_photo_library_high_de.jpg?la=de&thn=0&mw=350’ imageUrl: ‘/ – / media / manual /professional/images/c0095389_sprained_ankle_x-ray_science_photo_library_high_de.jpg?la=de&thn=0 ‘, title:’ ankle sprain with instability ‘, description:’ u003Ca id = “v37898376 ” class = “”anchor “” u003e u003c / a u003e u003cdiv class = “”para “” u003e u003cp u003eWenn the ankle is stable

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