syndesmosis


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syn·des·mo·sis

 (sĭn′dĕz-mō′sĭs, -dĕs-)
n. pl. syn·des·mo·ses (-sēz)
An articulation in which the bones are joined by a ligament.

[New Latin syndesmōsis : Greek sundesmos, bond, ligament (from sundein, to bind together; see syndetic) + -osis.]

syn′des·mot′ic (-mŏt′ĭk) adj.

syndesmosis

(ˌsɪndɛsˈməʊsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-siːz)
(Anatomy) anatomy a type of joint in which the articulating bones are held together by a ligament of connective tissue
[New Latin, from Greek sundein to bind together; see syndesis]
syndesmotic adj

syn•des•mo•sis

(ˌsɪn dɛzˈmoʊ sɪs, -dɛs-)

n., pl. -ses (-sēz).
a joining of bones by ligaments or other fibrous tissue.
[1720–30; < Greek sýndesm(os) bond (synde-, s. of syndeîn to bind together + -osis]
syn`des•mot′ic (-ˈmɒt ɪk) adj.
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He started against Plymouth and Wolves in the FA Cup, the latter a chastening defeat in which he ruptured his syndesmosis - the point just above the ankle where the tibia and the fibula meet.
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Syndesmosis injuries may be roughly defined in three groups, as mild, moderate, and serious.
Distal tibiofibular syndesmosis injuries are usually associated with ankle fractures, especially common in Denis B and C fractures.
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Imaging can be helpful in confirming the diagnosis of PAIS or excluding other plausible posterior ankle conditions such as; Achilles tendinopathy, tarsal tunnel syndrome, osteochondral lesion, talocrural osteoarthritis and syndesmosis rupture that can often mimic PAIS.
Tibiofibular syndesmosis identified and release done.
Type I, which is the most frequent, occurs at the distal end of the membrane as a result of a syndesmosis ankle sprain [2-5] or an inversion-internal rotation injury [6-8].