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Which of the following physical examination findings would suggest injury to the superior peroneal retinaculum?
Positive ankle anterior drawer test
Positive external rotation stress test
Crepitus over the anterolateral ankle joint
Palpable tendon snapping over the fibula during ankle dorsiflexion
Tenderness at the base of 5th metatarsal with ankle eversion.
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Which of the following mechanisms of injury to the ankle is most likely to result in disruption of the superior peroneal retinaculum with subsequent peroneal tendon instability?
Plantarflexion and eversion
Neutral ankle position
Neutral ankle flexion and inversion
Dorsiflexion and inversion
Plantarflexion and inversion
What is the most appropriate management of the injury shown in Figures A and B?
Achilles tendon repair
Repair of superior peroneal retinaculum and deepening of the fibular groove
Posterior tibial tendon reconstruction with flexor hallucs longus transfer
Peroneus longus repair
Peroneus brevis repair
A 24-year-old female sprains her ankle playing tennis. After 3 months of bracing, physical therapy, and NSAID treatment, she continues to complain of pain and a popping sensation over the lateral ankle. Physical exam is notable for tenderness over the lateral malleolus. Figure A shows the ankle at rest, while figure B shows the ankle during active eversion. Which of the following structures has been injured?
Inferior peroneal retinaculum
Superior peroneal retinaculum
Anterior talofibular ligament
Lateral process of the talus
In the retromalleolar groove, as shown in Figure A, what is the relationship of the peroneus brevis tendon to the peroneus longus tendon?
The peroneus longus tendon is not in the groove
The peroneus brevis tendon is not in the groove
A 35-year-old man injured his ankle while playing soccer two years ago. Ever since he has had persistent right ankle pain that has failed to improve with nonoperative modalities including physical therapy. A video of his right ankle is found below. Radiographs are shown in Figures A through C. What is the most appropriate next step in management?
Physical therapy directed at proprioception and strengthening
Fibular shortening osteotomy
Surgical repair of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL)
Surgical repair of the calcaneofibular ligament (CFL)
Fibular groove deepening and superior peroneal retinaculum repair