High Ankle Sprains in Professional Ice Hockey Players: Prognosis and Correlation Between Magnetic Resonance Imaging Patterns of Injury and Return to Play

Brent Mollon
Brent Mollon
Gráinne M Murphy
Gráinne M Murphy

Orthopaedic journal of sports medicine, pp. 23259671198715782019.

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National Hockey Leaguecohort studyhigh ankle sprainmagnetic resonance imaging

Abstract:

A high ankle sprain resulted in significant variations in time of recovery among professional hockey players. A torn AITFL and bone bruising were the most common patterns of injury. Although MRI can be used to confirm the diagnosis of a syndesmosis injury, it did not predict return to play in this population.

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