Tibiotalar Joint Effusion?


A tibiotalar joint effusion, or ankle effusion for those who don't own a medical dictionary, is a condition that forms when too much fluid is in the ankle joint. This can be very painful for those who experince the effusion because the fluid can put pressure on other joints and tissue. In order to have the condition properly treated the patient must see an Orthopedic doctor who will be able to find the cause and suggest treatment options.
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