Foot Ankle 1982 Jan;2(4):213-9
When the patient appears in your office with foot and/or ankle complaints, what will be your standard routine X-rays for those areas and what information can you glean from your careful study of these films? What views portray the areas in question and what are suggestive pathognomonic signs? The author has attempted to outline some of the roentgenological approaches to diagnosis of ailments of the foot and ankle and to point out some of the clues that can be found with their interpretations. Many of the signs have, hitherto, not been recognized or are buried in the voluminous orthopaedic literature.