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Bawazeer A, Haglund deformity. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 25 Mar 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-97620
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Left ankle retrocalcaneal pain and swelling. No trauma.
Age: 60 years
From the case: Haglund deformity
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Bony prominence in the posterior superior aspect of the calcaneal tuberosity. Calcaneal tendon shadow thickening and small bony fragment.
Calcaneal and anterior tibial spur.
The Chauveaux–Liet angle is above 13 degrees.
The patient complaints and radiographic findings are in keeping with a Haglund deformity.
The Chauveaux–Liet angle more than 12 degrees is considered abnormal.