#23611
Xue Heng
Participant

Hi, Steve.
In your webinar, I heard the term “Gruberi Bursa”, but I didn’t know what is it.
I search the literature, and found that it is an anatomic bursa found in the dorsolateral ankle termed the “sinus tarsi bursa of Gruberi”.
After your remind, I think “Gruberi Bursitis” may be the most likely diagnosis.
I forgot to ask her history of overuse, and did not compress the lesion.
Once she provided the history of increased use (or friction maybe), and the lesion was comprssible, the diagnostic confidence of “Gruberi Bursitis” would increase.
Thank you very much!

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