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Annil Vishal R VR Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutic, Government Medical College, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, - - 2014
Cilnidipine is a 4(th) generation dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker approved recently for the treatment of essential hypertension. It is not known to present with ankle edema like amlodipine. Moreover, it has been proposed as an alternative anti-hypertensive for patients with amlodipine-induced edema. We report a case of cilnidipine induced ankle ...
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Kumar Sunil - - 2007
I report two patient presented to me with bilateral symmetrical ankle edema and bilateral acute iritis. A 42-year-old female of Indian origin and 30-year-old female from Somalia both presented with bilateral acute iritis. In the first patient, bilateral ankle edema preceded the onset of bilateral acute iritis. Bilateral ankle edema ...
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Meyer-Lehnert H - - 1990
A 57-year-old patient presented with periorbital and lower limb edema. The physical examination revealed no signs of cardiac insufficiency or chronic liver disease. Initial laboratory values showed significant hypoproteinemia and hyperlipidemia. Renal function was normal. Urinary protein excretion was 5.5 g/d. Thus, the patient was diagnosed to have nephrotic syndrome. ...
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Elias Ilan - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Ballet dancers have been shown to have a relatively high incidence of stress fractures of the foot and ankle. It was our objective to examine MR imaging patterns of bone marrow edema (BME) in the ankles of high performance professional ballet dancers, to evaluate clinical relevance. METHODS: MR Imaging ...
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Hahm Tae Soo - - 2007
The electrical stimulation of acupoint (ESA) releases several endogenous neuropeptides, which play important roles in management of pain and inflammation. ESA with low and high frequencies has been shown to release different neuropepides, suggesting its various therapeutic effects. Pain and edema are major problems for ankle sprain. However, there have ...
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Buchan R F - - 1971
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Schloeder F X - - 1971
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Rios Adriana Martins - - 2011
Many disorders produce similar or overlapping patterns of bone marrow edema in the ankle. Bone marrow edema may present in a few hindfoot bones simultaneously or in a single bone. The purpose of this pictorial essay is to provide guidelines based on clinical history and specific MRI patterns and locations ...
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Sims D - - 1986
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of positioning on ankle edema during a 20-minute treatment period. Fifty subjects were alternately assigned to one of two groups. Members of group A lay supine with their legs elevated, group B subjects sat with their legs dependent. Pre- and ...
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Rohner-Spengler Manuela - - 2007
STUDY DESIGN: Single-session, repeated-measures design, with 3 raters. OBJECTIVES: To determine the intrarater and interrater reliability and the minimal detectable change score for a modified version of the figure-of-eight method of measurement of ankle edema (figure-of-eight-20) developed for patients with severe injuries. BACKGROUND: The precise quantification of ankle edema is ...
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Mawdsley R H - - 2000
STUDY DESIGN: Single-session, prospective, repeated-measures design. OBJECTIVE: To determine intratester reliability and criterion-related validity of the figure-of-eight method of measuring ankle edema. BACKGROUND: The measurement of edema is often necessary when physical therapists assess patients with ankle injuries. The figure-of-eight method has been shown to be a reliable method in ...
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Petrizzi M J - - 2000
Acute ankle injuries are among the most commonly seen sports-related injuries in primary care. Many of these are simple lateral sprains, for which immobilization is typically not appropriate because it tends to prolong rehabilitation. However, immobilization is often indicated for more severe ankle injuries. These are usually accompanied by a ...
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Rucinkski T J - - 1991
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of three treatment protocols on pitting edema in patients with first- and second-degree sprained ankles. Thirty subjects with postacute (greater than 24 hours postinjury) ankle sprains and pitting edema but not requiring cast immobilization were randomly assigned to an elastic ...
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Fong Daniel Tp - - 2009
This paper summarizes the current understanding on acute ankle sprain injury, which is the most common acute sport trauma, accounting for about 14% of all sport-related injuries. Among, 80% are ligamentous sprains caused by explosive inversion or supination. The injury motion often happens at the subtalar joint and tears the ...
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Diamond J E - - 1989
Ankle sprains occur as a result of many factors. The initial treatment of all sprains, controlling further damage and edema, is the same. Recovery rates vary depending on the severity of injury and chronicity of the problem. Because there are no established criteria correlating objective measures (for example, torque production, ...
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Lazzarini K M - - 1997
PURPOSE: To determine if runners have an increased prevalence of marrow edema in the foot and ankle compared with nonrunners at magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ankles and feet were imaged in 20 runners and 12 nonrunners with a fast short inversion time inversion-recovery sequence at 1.5 T. ...
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Brimmo Olubusola A - - 2010
We present a case of a pseudoaneurysm of the anterior tibial artery following ankle arthroscopy with synovectomy, an extremely rare complication when standard anteromedial and anterolateral portals are used. The patient was diagnosed and treated with appropriate interventions which led to an uneventful recovery. Nevertheless, the potential sequelae of delayed ...
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Miller E A - - 1990
Many choices are available to athletes seeking an ankle support. The time-honored tradition of ankle taping with adhesive tape does offer protection against ankle sprains during activity. Laced stabilizers offer an equal or possibly greater amount of support, are less costly and easier to apply, and can be retightened frequently ...
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ISAACS R - - 1957
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Orr Justin D JD William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Section of Orthopaedic Surgery, 5005 N. Piedras St., El Paso, TX 79901, USA. - - 2010
Bone marrow edema syndrome (BMES) of the foot and ankle is an uncommon and often undiagnosed disorder that, to our knowledge, has not previously been reported in the orthopaedic literature. The current study reviews a consecutive series of patients who were seen with this musculoskeletal disorder in order to highlight ...
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Agrawal Alok C - - 2008
Closed posterior dislocation of the ankle without a fracture is a rare injury. We are reporting a case in a young male on his motorbike, being hit at the right ankle from behind. The mechanisms of injury along with MRI findings are being discussed.
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Karampinas Panagiotis K - - 2012
Anterior or anterior-lateral dislocation of the ankle is a rare condition that can be treated conservatively as well as any other similar types of ankle dislocations without associated fractures. We present a case report of an anterior-lateral ankle dislocation with a concomitant avulsion injury of the ankle's anterior capsule in ...
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Morrison W B - - 2001
OBJECTIVE: We sought to describe a pattern of subtendinous bone marrow edema on MR images of the ankle and to determine if there is an association with location of symptoms and overlying tendinopathy. MATERIALS AND METHODS: At 1.5 T, 141 MR examinations of the ankle (116 clinical examinations of patients ...
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Mora Steve - - 2002
Twenty-four patients with displaced ankle fractures awaiting surgery were randomized to a study (n=11) or a control group (n=13). In the study group, patients had a pulsatile cold compression (PCC) device applied to their ankle, and remained at bed rest with the extremity elevated while awaiting surgery. In the control ...
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Stergioulas Apostolos - - 2004
OBJECTIVE: Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been used for the last few years to treat sports injuries. The purpose of this study was to compare three therapeutic protocols in treating edema in second degree ankle sprains that did not require immobilization with a splint, under placebo-controlled conditions. MATERIALS AND METHODS: ...
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Cutsuries A M - - 1994
Anterior ankle impingement syndrome is characterized by pain, edema, and limited ankle dorsiflexion. The article examines this syndrome in detail from a variety of perspectives, including indications and contraindications, physical examination, various diagnostic modalities, surgical anatomy, surgical approach, procedures for arthroscopy, and complications.
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Sprinchorn Anna E AE Victorian Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Clinic, Epworth Centre, Richmond, Mebourne, Victoria, - - 2011
Transient bone marrow edema in the foot and ankle is an uncommon condition that should be distinguished from early avascular necrosis, stress fracture, or bone bruise. The diagnosis is based on the clinical presentation of pain with weightbearing without a history of trauma, combined with typical findings on magnetic resonance ...
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Ho K - - 1996
STUDY OBJECTIVES: To determine the incidence of occult ankle fractures and to determine whether an ankle effusion identified radiographically correlated with the presence of an occult fracture. METHODS: Attending physicians in the emergency department of a university hospital prospectively identified patients with acute ankle injuries that produced ecchymosis or edema ...
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Howard Daniel R - - 2012
Syndesmosis ankle sprains cause greater disability and longer duration of recovery than lateral ankle sprains. To describe the severity of syndesmosis sprains using several accepted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) criteria and to assess the interrater reliability of diagnosing syndesmosis injury using these same criteria in professional American football players. There ...
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Frank Rachel M RM Division of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL 60612, - - 2013
Ankle-related complaints are among the most commonly encountered problems for musculoskeletal clinicians. Ankle pathology is widely variable, including, but not limited to, fractures, deformity, infection, oncologic diseases, neuromuscular conditions, and arthritis. While nonoperative management with activity modification, bracing and/or shoe modifications, and medications is usually indicated as first line of ...
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Belcaro G V - - 1990
The variation of capillary filtration rate (CFR), ankle circumference (AC), and ankle edema (AE) was evaluated in three groups of patients with venous hypertension (ambulatory venous pressure greater than 42 mmHg) and in a group of normal subjects before and after treatment for four weeks with Total Triterpenic fraction of ...
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Lötveit T - - 1973
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van der Lande B A E - - 2008
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Man Ivy O W - - 2005
PURPOSE: Decreasing swelling after ankle sprain is a main focus of treatment, as it is believed that swelling is related to function. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship between ankle-foot swelling and self-assessed ankle function in the early period after ankle sprain. METHODS: Thirty-six individuals were ...
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Tonbul Murat - - 2011
We sought to determine the changes in the size of the edema observed on MRI scans and its relation to the patient's pain during activity and pain during rest in bone marrow edema. A total of 26 patients were followed up at 3-month intervals for a period of 1 year. ...
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Biscetti Federico - - 2009
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Coté D J - - 1988
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of cold, heat, and contrast bath treatments on the amount of edema in first- and second-degree sprained ankles during the postacute phase of rehabilitation. Thirty subjects with postacute sprained ankles were assigned to a cold (n = 10), heat (n ...
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Grumbine N A - - 1990
Retrospective preliminary report of 19 cases undergoing partial ankle joint arthroplasties with open surgical procedures were rehabilitated with continuous passive motion (CPM). Preoperative and post-operative ankle range of motion and subjective findings (pain, physical signs, activity, quality of motion) were evaluated. Results indicated significant increases to ankle joint range of ...
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Lyrtzis Christos C GR-61100, Kilkis, Greece. - - 2011
Ankle sprains are usually treated with the RICE protocol often with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) for pain reduction. We evaluated the effect of diclofenac, an NSAID, versus paracematol in the reduction of pain and acute edema of severe ankle sprains. Ninety patients, 18 to 60 years old, with Grade II ...
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Niemeyer Nancee V - - 2002
Edema is an adverse event associated with thiazolidinedione therapy The potential for mild-to-moderate peripheral edema with thiazolidinedione is known, especially in patients who have heart failure or use insulin. Our experience reveals that patients who do not have heart failure or do not use insulin also can develop moderate-to-severe edema ...
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Rzonca E C - - 1988
As has been previously discussed, the incidence and resultant associated disabilities of ankle sprains have been well documented in the literature. The staggering statistics on long-term disability show that there is no such thing as a simple ankle sprain. The degree of disability is related to the extent of the ...
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Kim Hyeyoung H Graduate School of Physical Therapy, Sahmyook University, Republic of - - 2013
[Purpose] The purpose of this study was to compare the foot and ankle condition between elite athletes and non-athletes. [Subjects] The elite athletes group included 85 subjects (28 males and 57 females) and the non-athletes group included 85 subjects (38 males and 47 females). [Methods] All subjects were evaluated for ...
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Brodovicz Kimberly G - - 2009
To evaluate methods to assess peripheral edema for reliability, feasibility and correlation with the classic clinical assessment of pitting edema. Cross-sectional observational study. Large primary care clinic in Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA. Convenience sample of 20 patients with type 2 diabetes and a range of edema severity, including patients without edema. ...
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Arazi Mehmet - - 2006
Bone marrow edema syndrome (BMES) is a nontraumatic syndrome characterized by disabling joint pain. The disease occurs especially in the hip joint, and the ankle joint has been reported in the English-language literature to be affected only rarely. We describe here the case of an adult with BMES in both ...
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Beskin JL - - 1997
Nerve entrapment at the ankle and midfoot is an important, yet frequently underrecognized, source of foot pain. Familiarity with the nerve anatomy and known entrapment sites facilitates evaluation; local nerve lesions in the foot and ankle must be distinguished from proximal nerve dysfunction and systemic diseases that may affect nerve ...
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Airaksinen O - - 1989
The changes in posttraumatic ankle joint mobility, pain, and edema following intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) therapy were examined in patients with lower leg fractures after six to 12 weeks of immobilization in a cast. The study group consisted of 22 patients with distal fractures of the lower leg. Each patient ...
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Chepelenko G V - - 1985
Persistent non-progressing edemas of distal parts of extremities developed after bone fractures in the lower part of the shin were studied in 12 patients. The clinicoroentgenological examination has established a substantial difference in the character of the injury and compensatory-reparative changes of the lymphatic bed in different clinical variants of ...
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Karadi Rangaprasad L - - 2011
Itraconazole is an anti-fungal agent widely used to treat various forms of mycosis. It is particularly useful in allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis and severe asthma with fungal sensitization. Side effects are uncommon and usually mild. Mild neuropathy is noted to occur very rarely. We present an unusual and, to the best ...
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Nierhoff C E E - - 2006
The ankle represents an anatomically complex region with a broad spectrum of pathologies. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the ankle offers detailed, high-resolution imaging of the bones, the ligaments and the surrounding soft tissue structures and therefore has a major role in the diagnostic evaluation of traumatic sequelae, infectious diseases ...
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Johnson H D - - 1973
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