talotibial joint

talotibial joint

Ankle joint, see there.
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Radiographic findings included apparent chondrocalcinosis with joint effusion in the talotibial joint, which is highly suggestive of pseudogout associated with CPPD.
In this case specifically, CPPD targeted the menisci of the knees and the talotibial joint. A common location for CPPD includes, but is not limited to, the menisci of the knee and the patellofemoral joint, only one of which was seen in this case.
Joint effusion was noted in the talotibial joint with anterior displacement of teardrop fat pad anterior to the talotibial joint.