Intra-articular Plica Causing Ankle Impingement in a Young Handball Player: A Case Report

Abstract: Ankle sprains are common injuries that respond well to rehabilitation. In the case of persisting symptoms, the differential diagnosis should include osteochondral defects, tendon injury, mechanical instability, and ankle impingement. In the present case report, we describe a 16-year-old male handball player who presented with persisting pain and locking in the right ankle 3 years after having sustained multiple minor inversion trauma.

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Intra-articular Plica Causing Ankle Impingement in a Young Handball Player: A Case Report

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