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Posterior tibial tendon rupture

Posterior tibial tendon rupture: Introduction

Posterior tibial tendon rupture: Rupture of the tendon at the bottom of the foot that helps maintain the foot arch. Some people are more prone to this condition than others - e.g. those who are over weight or have a history of flat feet. The pain usually begins on the inside of the foot behind the ankle. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Posterior tibial tendon rupture is available below.

Symptoms of Posterior tibial tendon rupture

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Causes of Posterior tibial tendon rupture

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Misdiagnosis and Posterior tibial tendon rupture

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