talar beak

An upward bony projection from anterosuperior aspect of talus associated with tarsal coalition

talar beak

osteophyte formation at neck of talus; caused by previous or chronic trauma; characterized by anterior ankle pain and limited ankle dorsiflexion
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We also reviewed these cases for the frequency of the following secondary signs: blunted or flat anterior calcaneal process, "anteater" sign, "reverse anteater" sign, talar beak, "drunken waiter" sign, marrow edema, and fractures.