The achilles tendon by James A Nunley

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Acute tears of the medial head of the gastrocnemius. Foot Ankle 1985;5:186–90. 11. Thompson TC, Doherty JH. Spontaneous rupture of the tendon of Achilles: a new clinical diagnostic test. J Trauma 1962;2:126–9. 12. Durig M, Schuppisser, Schuppisser JP, et al. Spontaneous rupture of the gastrocnemius muscle. Injury 1997;9:143–5. 13. Jarolem KL, Wolinsky PR, Savenor A, et al. Tennis leg leading to acute compartment syndrome. Orthopedics 1994;17:721–3. 14. Straehley D, Jones W. Acute compartment syndrome (anterior, lateral, and superficial posterior) following tear of the medial head of the gastrocnemius muscle.

Helms C D Fig. 2. (continued) (C) coronal FSE T2-weighted (D) images. These images again demonstrate T1 and T2 signal abnormality with tendon thickening, most consistent with Achilles tendinopathy or tendinosis A B Fig. 3. Sagittal T1-weighted (A) and FSE T2-weighted (B) images with fat saturation demonstrate signal abnormality and discontinuity of the anterior fibers of the distal Achilles tendon, consistent with a partial tear of the Achilles tendon. Incidental note is made of retrocalcaneal bursitis Complete (or full-thickness) tears indicate total disruption of the fibers of the tendon so that there are two separate fragments.

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