retrocalcaneal bursitis

Inflammation of the heel cord that is the extension from the triceps surae group of muscles characterised by pain and swelling along the tendon sheath proximal to the calcaneus
Management Physical therapy or brief immobilization, antiinflammatory agents

retrocalcaneal bursitis

Podiatry Inflammation of the bursa at the calcaneus Etiology Pain with flexion and extension of foot, anterior to Achilles' tendon, above its insertion on the os calcis Exam Positive 2-finger squeeze test

retrocalcaneal bursitis

; superficial retrocalcaneal bursitis posterior lateral heel inflammation, pain and swelling, due to adventitious bursa formation in an excessively pronating foot, or in Haglund's deformity
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The results showed a slight retrocalcaneal bursitis (inflammed bursa) between the Achilles' tendon and the calcaneus (heel bone).
Retrocalcaneal bursitis with "pump bump" or os calcis exostosis.
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.