retrocalcaneal

retrocalcaneal

adjective Behind the calcaneus.
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The results showed a slight retrocalcaneal bursitis (inflammed bursa) between the Achilles' tendon and the calcaneus (heel bone).
Further evaluation was conducted using ultrasound, and this showed no signs of cortical bony irregularities, calcaneal spurs, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis/tendinosis, or calcification, but it did reveal fluid accumulation in the retrocalcaneal bursa.
With this in mind, we described a case of retrocalcaneal bursitis that was diagnosed and treated using ultrasound.
A large localized swelling was seen in the retrocalcaneal region of this patient that was cystic in nature, not warm and tender and free from the tendo calcaneus.
Straw colored fluid was aspirated from both the retrocalcaneal region and left wrist dorsal swelling.
Most common clinical Achilles disorders are mid-portion tendinopathies (55-65%), followed by insertional problems (insertional tendinopathy and retrocalcaneal bursitis; 20-25%) (Jarvinen et al.
Posterior heel pain can be caused by pathology of the Achilles tendon, its tendon sheath, the retrocalcaneal and subcutaneous bursae, by osteophytes or stress fracture of the os calcis, and by rheumatoid or metabolic diseases.
Retrocalcaneal bursitis with "pump bump" or os calcis exostosis.
A new method for reattachment of the tendo achillis following retrocalcaneal exostectomy.
A I would agree that you have Haglund's Deformity What appears as an enlarged protuberance of the outer pordon of the back of the heel bone is usually associated with a retrocalcaneal bursitis.
The retrocalcaneal bursa is located between the Achilles tendon insertion and posterior part of the calcaneum.
Other associated findings include retrocalcaneal or tendo-Achilles bursitis and edema in the Kager's fat pad, ie, peritenonitis.