Achilles ruptures are a frequently encountered foot and ankle injury. It occurs when there is sudden dorsiflexion of a plantarflexed foot.
These are most commonly associated with sporting events but can occur in the average non-athlete. Especially when the achilles tendon has degenerated.
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Neglected achilles ruptures can have serious long term consequences with long term disability due to muscle weakness, chronic pain and swelling in the affected limb. Achilles ruptures are a clinical diagnosis supplemented with MRIs. There needs to be a high index of suspicion to reach an accurate diagnosis. Most patients who suffer from such injuries…