Open Sesamoid: Medial Forefoot Pain In A Soccer Player - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
none

Other Studies:
Left Foot X-ray:
Bipartite medial sesamoid vs. transverse fracture
Case Photo #5,Case Photo #6,Case Photo #7,Case Photo #8

Left Foot Non-contrast CT Scan:
Bipartite medial sesamoid. Slightly sharp margins of the medial sesamoid, as well as the lack of cortication in the adjacent fragments, most likely represent fracture. No evidence of AVN. The lateral sesamoid remains intact.
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Consultations:
none

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