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It could be: ould nel 6 Tarsal tunnel syndrome, when the nerve to the foot is trapped in the tight band which holds structures in place around your ankle.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome occurs when the nerve running down the back of the foot becomes pinched, or trapped.
6 Tophi are typically located in the olecranon bursa, Achilles tendon, first metatarsophalangeal joint and ear, although atypical locations such as the tarsal tunnel, second metacarpal and wrist flexor tendons have also been reported.
2,4) If paresthesias occur with percussion inferior to the medial malleolus, suspect possible nerve entrapment or tarsal tunnel syndrome.
The differential diagnosis of RS3PE syndrome includes rheumatoid arthritis (RA), complex regional pain syndrome, gout arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), systemic sclerosis, overlap syndrome, mixed connective tissue disease, polyarteritis nodosa, amyloidosis, pseudogout disease, and carpal and tarsal tunnel syndromes.
In contrast to the carpal tunnel syndrome and cervical disc, the occurrence of this phenomenon in lumbar disc disease and the tarsal tunnel syndrome has not yet been sufficiently investigated [3].
Long thoracic nerve, suprascapular nerve, sciatic and femoral nerve entrapment neuropathies, tarsal tunnel syndrome, Morton's neuroma, Meralgia paresthetica, and peroneal nerve neuropathy were the least common focal neuropathies (less than 1%) (Table 4).
polyneuropathy from alcoholism, hypertrophic mononeuritis, or tarsal tunnel syndrome) and radiculopathy.
These patients may also exhibit symptoms of tarsal tunnel syndrome, such as sensory disturbance in the sole of the foot and a positive tinel's test.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome causes sensory symptoms on the plantar aspect of the foot and tenderness behind the medial malleolus owing to entrapment of the posterior tibial nerve in the tarsal tunnel.
Examples of MSDs include carpal tunnel syndrome, rotator cuff syndrome, de Quervain's disease, trigger finger, tarsal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, epicondylitis, tendinitis, Raynaud's phenomenon, carpet-layers' knee, herniated spinal disc, and low back pain.