Bipartite talus

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A rare genetic bone disorder characterized by the presence of two non-fused talar bone fragments with the posterior fragment located at the level of the posterior talar process. Patients may present with foot and/or ankle pain (exercise-induced or not) repetitive ankle sprains chronic ankle ligamentous laxity restricted ankle motion (i.e. plantar flexion eversion and inversion) and mild swelling.

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