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Causes Of Congenital Vertical Talus
What ligament goes across the talus bone? How does it heal once injured? Is an injury to that ligament a serious one whe it causes pain to walk/stand?
Many: There are several ligaments that attach to the talus-anterior talofibular and posterior talofibular laterally (outside of ankle). Calcaneofibular ligament spans the talus. Medially the deltoid ligament. Most ankle ligaments heal when torn (sprain). This can take several months. If pain persists see your primary care doctor or orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My left hip hurts and my right talus bone is missing so im uneven. Could this be the cause of my hip pain?
Does hemachromatosis cause avascular narcosis? I was diagnosis with hemachromatosis in 03, surgery for fractured talus in 09, and may have avn in shoulder.
My talus' (the 2 "ankle bones") on the right foot are more "salient" than the ones on the left. Can salient talus cause pain?
WHAT???: I have never heard a doctor use the term "salient" to describe the talus. The talus is one bone, not two, and salient means "something that projects outward or upward from its surroundings." so, if your talus is in an abnormal position it could cause pain, but you need to get a better explanation on the cause. See a podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Talus fractures: In general talus fractures do not commonly cause the foot to tingle and go numb. However, if a substantial fracture to the talus occurred then an adjacent nerve may be injured and result in the above symptoms. It is also possible that unrelated nerve symptoms are developing such as tarsal tunnel syndrome, mortons neuroma's or even spinal nerve impingement . Consult a doctor for diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a bone fragment with calcification by my talus bone that causes pain/swelling. I've seen a podiatrist but should I see an orthopedist as well?
I had an undisplaced vertical talus body fracture. It went undiagnosed for 5 months. The tibotalar joint was notinvolved. A patch of sclerosis is showing in the talar dome. What is the treatment option?
Undisplaced verticle talus body fx non united 5 month post injury diagnosed with patchy sclerosis in talar dome.How much time it will take to collapse?
No way to know: If insured, your in the right window for a bone stim, i advise you make an attempt to get one. It may never collapse , dead bone can be rock hard- stick to your doctors recommendations, non compliance often leads to unnecessary complications. ...Read more
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