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    • #48437
      Linh
      Participant

      Hi Steve,

      I got a case and was wondering if the FGA is completely ruptured or if it is still intact but injured and scarred up. Patient fell forward during skiing with his foot/boot planted in the snow. He is very ambulant, no limping. No discoloration or bruising and only mildly tender now over the medial calf. Injury was 6 weeks ago.

    • #48438
      Linh
      Participant

      I personally think it is ruptured.

    • #48439
      Linh
      Participant

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    • #48451
      Linh
      Participant

      I tried to upload clips but the file is too big. With dorsi-plantar flexion, there is still synchronous movement between the soleus and Mgas.

    • #48663
      Stephen Bird
      Keymaster

      I think this is a common pattern,

      It looks like he has ruptured his FGA 6 weeks ago and now there is a granulation response in the area of the FGA and the aponeurotic space between medial gastric and soleus.

      I see this commonly inpatients who have had a tennis leg injury that is not well rehabbed.

      There are several examples of this in the webinar towards the end of the presentation.

      With the videos, you need to shrink the file size a little to allow uploading.

      I use a program called Wondershare Uni Converter 13

      It is very good for manipulating video files and still images.

      Steve.

    • #49415
      Linh
      Participant

      Thanks for your input Steve! Will have a look at using that app.

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