The Peroneal Tendons

A Clinical Guide to Evaluation and Management

  • Mark Sobel

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. Jasen Gilley, Armen S. Kelikian
    Pages 1-22
  3. Oliver Morgan, Jinsup Song, Rajshree Hillstrom, Mark Sobel, Howard J. Hillstrom
    Pages 23-40
  4. Jay M. Sobel, Mark Sobel
    Pages 41-76
  5. L. Daniel Latt, Gokhan Kuyumcu, Mihra S. Taljanovic
    Pages 97-123
  6. David I. Pedowitz, Rachel Shakked, Daniel J. Fuchs, Johannes B. Roedl
    Pages 173-181
  7. Kevin A. Schafer, Samuel B. Adams, Jeremy J. McCormick
    Pages 183-191
  8. Francesco Oliva, Clelia Rugiero, Alessio Giai Via, Nicola Maffulli
    Pages 193-204
  9. P. Kvarda, P. A. D. Van Dijk, G. R. Waryasz, C. W. DiGiovanni
    Pages 205-223
  10. Jon Karlsson, Louise Karlsson, Eleonor Svantesson, Eric Hamrin Senorski
    Pages 225-233
  11. Steven M. Raikin, Rabun Fox
    Pages 253-264
  12. Cristian Ortiz, Jorge Batista, Manuel Pellegrini, Ana Butteri
    Pages 265-285
  13. Ezequiel Palmanovich, Meir Nyska, Nissim Ohana, Matias Vidra, Ran Atzmon
    Pages 287-299
  14. P. A. D. Van Dijk, A. Tanriover, C. W. DiGiovanni, G. R. Waryasz, Peter Kvarda
    Pages 347-355
  15. Rull James Toussaint, Nicholas P. Fethiere, Dominic Montas
    Pages 373-379
  16. Robert B. Anderson, Eric Folmar, Michael Gans, Mark Sobel
    Pages 381-413
  17. Steven K. Neufeld, Daniel J. Cuttica, Syed H. Hussain
    Pages 415-433
  18. Back Matter
    Pages 435-443

About this book


This unique book is a practical, “go to” source of comprehensive information on the care of peroneal tendon injuries, accurately illustrating this hot topic with many anatomical drawings of how the anatomy influences the diseases we see clinically. This presentation opens with a review of the normal anatomy, biomechanics and examination of the peroneal tendons, followed by a discussion of congenital variations and imaging strategies used in diagnosis and evaluation. Both conservative and surgical management techniques are then elucidated in injury-specific chapters, from peroneus brevis splits and stenosing tenosynovitis to painful os peroneum syndrome (POPS) and acute dislocation. Chapters on rehabilitation and comorbid pathologies round out the presentation. 

The diagnosis of peroneal tendon injury is much more common today than it was 20 years ago. Utilizing the latest evidence and presenting the most cutting-edge management techniques, The Peroneal Tendons will be useful for orthopedic and podiatric surgeons, sports medicine specialists, and students and residents in these areas. 


Ankle instability Calcaneous fracture Cavovarus foot Cuboid tunnel Orthotic injection Os peroneum Peroneal tendon Peroneus brevis Peroneus longus Peroneus quartus Retrofibular fibular groove Stenosing tenosynovitis Tendoscopy

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  • Mark Sobel
    • 1
  1. 1.Private PracticeAtlantic HighlandsUSA

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