EURORAD ESR

Case 7374

FDAL causing tarsal tunnel syndrome

Author(s)
Gyftakis G, Kaza S, Syrgiannis K. Giannikouris G, Staikidou I
MRI Unit 1st IKA and KAT Hospitals, 2 Nikis street, 145 61 Kifisia Greece.
E-mail: 6977714241@mycosmos.gr
 
Patient
male, 35 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Figure 1

    T1W spin echo axial sequential images ( craniocaudally a-d). The FDAL muscle (colored area) is situated medially to the flexor hallucis longus and posteromedially to the posterior tibial neurovascular bundle.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Figure 2

    T1W spin echo sagital sequential images (mediolaterally a-d) The FDAL muscle ( colored area ) lies posteriorly to the flexor hallucis longus tendon (arrows).

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Figure 3

    T1W spin echo coronal sequential images (mediolaterally a-d ) The FDAL muscle (colored area) is demonstrated in between the medial aspect of the flexor hallucis longus (arrows) and the flexor retinaculum.

     
     
     
T1W spin echo axial sequential images ( craniocaudally a-d). The FDAL muscle (colored area) is situated medially to the flexor hallucis longus and posteromedially to the posterior tibial neurovascular bundle.
 
T1W spin echo sagital sequential images (mediolaterally a-d) The FDAL muscle ( colored area ) lies posteriorly to the flexor hallucis longus tendon (arrows).
 
T1W spin echo coronal sequential images (mediolaterally a-d ) The FDAL muscle (colored area) is demonstrated in between the medial aspect of the flexor hallucis longus (arrows) and the flexor retinaculum.
 
 
 
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