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Ankle pain in the active child or skeletally immature adolescent: Overview of causes

Authors
Joseph Chorley, MD
Kristin Ernest, MD
Section Editors
Albert C Hergenroeder, MD
Richard G Bachur, MD
Deputy Editor
James F Wiley, II, MD, MPH

INTRODUCTION

This topic will discuss causes of ankle pain in the active child or skeletally immature adolescent.

The evaluation of ankle pain, ankle sprains, and ankle fractures in children and young adolescents are discussed separately:

(See "Foot and ankle pain in the active child or skeletally immature adolescent: Evaluation".)

(See "Ankle sprain".)

(See "Syndesmotic ankle injury (high ankle sprain)".)

                                           

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Literature review current through: Nov 2016. | This topic last updated: Fri Jan 22 00:00:00 GMT+00:00 2016.
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