An Unusual Presentation Of Foot Pain In A Soccer Player - Page #3

Other Studies:
Three phase bone scan: Increased activity near the base of the 5th metatarsals bilaterally, compatible with bilateral fractures, more prominent on the left than the right. Case Photo #1

Right foot x-ray: Transverse lucency with smooth edges through the base of the 5th metatarsal compatible with a fracture of indeterminate age. Case Photo #3

Left foot MRI: Nondisplaced stress fracture at the mid shaft of the 5th metatarsal. Also, a transverse subacute fracture with partial osseous bridging at the level of the base of the 5th metatarsal. Case Photo #4 Case Photo #5

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