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Figure A shows an MRI image of an anatomical structure labelled in red. What would be the most appropriate treatment modality if this structure was acutely injured, in isolation, resulting in a partial tear?
Cast immobilization and non-weight bearing for 2-4 weeks
Cast immobilization and non-weight bearing for 6-8 weeks
Early open surgical repair
Early arthroscope exploration and repair
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A 35-year-old man is referred to you for left foot pain after falling from a bicycle. A recent MRI shown in Figure A. The injured structure demonstrated in the MRI will most likely lead to which of the following deformities if left untreated?
Widening of the 1st and 2nd tarsometatarsal joints
Hallux valgus deformity
Talar tilt deformity
An eversion mechanism of injury is associated with which of the following ankle conditions?
Peroneal tendon splits
Osteochondral talar dome fracture
Superficial peroneal nerve palsy
Anterolateral soft-tissue impingement
Fracture of the anterior colliculus