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Causes Of Pain Behind Lateral Malleolus
One day, pain in joint located under the Lateral Malleolus randomly appeared. Lasted 2-3 weeks; went away ~4 days, now it's back. Poss. causes?
Peroneal tendonitis: You may have re aggravated it...Get a more detailed answer ›
One month ago i fell, with minor fractures to my left radial head and my right lateral malleolus. Two weeks after injury, i began severe muscle spasm in right shoulder. Is fall the cause? Delayed?
Is it possible for the tendons that pass behind the medial maleolus to be permanently over stretched due to lateral wedge placed on forefoot?
They should heal: When the tendons of the medial ankle are stretched and strained due to pronation, they become inflamed. When the inflammation becomes chronic, it needs to be quelled. A tear would be more of a permanent condition. Proper rest and methods such as physical therapy may help resolve this issue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is first ray drop of the foot >likely due to nerve irritation behind medial maleolus, medial knee, shin, lateral hip, spine or brain?
Moderate pressure: It is dependent on the angle of the force and the consistency of the bone. ...Read more
I have some sort of hard growth on lateral malleolus, doesn't hurt, it's just there. Should i be concerned or could this be normal?
Swollen Ankle: Swelling around the ankle can be from a variety of conditions. Recent injuries, such as sprains, can cause swelling. Tendinitis (inflamation of tendons) can cause it. In addition lower extremity swelling can be from heart or kidney problems as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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