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XRAY Ankle NL 2

Findings: AP, mortise and lateral views of the right ankle reveal no fracture or dislocation. There is no talar dome defect or posterior malleolar abnormality. Bone mineralization is normal. A healed right fifth metatarsal fracture is incidentally noted. Well-corticated lucent defect is noted along the posterior process of the talus may represent a incompletely healed fracture versus partially fused os trigonum. There is no joint effusion or soft tissue swelling. Impression: No acute osseous injury.