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1

HAGLUND’S DEFORMITY Etiologies****

Cavus Foot Compensated Rearfoot Varus Forefoot Valgus Plantarflexed First Ray Overuse/poor training Systemic diseases Shape of calcaneus Equinus

2

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS of HAGLUND’S DEFORMITY

Dull ache Aggravated by shoe gear High heel shoes? (Keep foot in an inverted position) Women 20-30

3

What angles are used to evaluate Haglands Deformity?

Fowler And Philip Angle 75° (65°) Total Angle 90° - Calcaneal Inclination 

4

Kagers triangle boundaries ?

Superior boarder of calcaneous - Inferior Achilles Tendon - Posterior Flexors - Anterior

5

TREATMENT of Haglunds Deformity****

Heel Lift Open Shoe Orthotics NSAID’S Ice

6

Exostosis with or without spurring at Achilles Tendon insertion

RETROCALCANEAL EXOSTOSIS - Only way to get to it is is to detach the Achilles tendon

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Calcification of the Achilles Tendon*** continuous with calcaneal insertion (microtrauma, biomechanical related, SNA)

Type I

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Calcification of the Achilles Tendon** insertion zone, separated from the os calcis

Type II More proximal

9

Calcification of the Achilles Tendon*** proximal to insertion zone (trauma, post-surgical, Wilson disease, ischemia)

Type III Even more proximal in the Achilles tendon

10

What three different pathologies were the main focus of lecture?

Haglunds Calcifications (3 types) Retrocalcaneal Exostosis

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what is angle 1?

Fowler and Phillip Angle

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What is angle 2?

Calcaneal Inclination Angle 

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What is angle 3?

Parallel Pitch Lines