Examples of normal and exaggerated Fowler-Philip angle.
Loading Stack -
0 images remaining
Fowler-Philip angle is subtended between a line from superior tubercle to the point of insertion of Achilles tendon on posterior aspect of calcaneum, and a line from anterior tubercle and medial process of plantar tubercle on inferior aspect of calcaneum.
Its purpose is to measure the Haglund deformity.
- Fowler, A., and Philip, J. F.: Abnormality of the calcaneus as a cause of painful heel. Its diagnosis and operative treatment. British J. Surg., 32: 494-498, 1945