Foreign body induced tenosynovitis of tibialis anterior
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Patel M, Foreign body induced tenosynovitis of tibialis anterior. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 30 Mar 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-26415
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20 Dec 2013
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C/o penetrating injury by thorn to anterior ankle - 1 mth. C/o local pain and swelling.
Age: about 40 yrs.
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5 mm long x 1 mm thick echogenic linear focus is noted embedded in thickened synovium of intact tibialis anterior tendon sheath. Mild fluid is noted in sheath. Local hypervascularity is noted.
Findings favor tibialis anterior tenosynovitis due to foreign body - thorn.