Case 336

Medical history

Male patient, 45 years old, clerk, is overweight and has chronic pain in the posterior region of the left heel, without irradiation. Denies changes in the standard of pain nor history of rheumatic diseases. On physical examination: pain on palpation of the posterior region of the left heel. Simple radiography of ankle was obtained as an initial approach.

Given the clinical history and the image presented, what is the most appropriate step to be taken next for diagnosis elucidation?

Test Question

UFU (2017) - On the Haglund deformity, what is the correct alternative?

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