You are performing a stress test on a patient with an ankle injury. The ankle is positioned in eversion and plantar flexion. Which ligament is being tested?
A 14 y/o F dancer with a complaint of moderate to severe pain on the plantar aspect of her foot. There is an associated swelling at site of pain. There is also limitation of motion and crepitus with both AROM and PROM. X-ray show moderate and flattening of the second metatarsal head. What is your working diagnosis?
What nerve innervates the skin of the medial ankle and side of the foot?
What nerve innervates the dorsum and lateral side of the foot as far as the 5th toe?
Superficial Fibular nerve
Which is NOT one of the Ottawa Knee Criteria for taking X-ray in an acute injury?
Joint line tenderness and swelling
A 29 y/o runner presents with a complaint of right lateral knee pain. Which can cause his symptom?
Running counterclockwise on a banked track.
A young athletic boy complains of an insidious onset of anterior knee pain with occasional locking and swelling. He is now walking with a limp while his leg is externally rotated. Pain increase with knee extension and tibia internal rotation. A tunnel view x-ray shows a defect of the medial femoral condyle. What is most likely the diagnosis?