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Figure 1: (a) Axial ultrasound images of the right hind foot (b) and distal calf, and panoramic view of the whole posterior leg (c). The colored rectangles on the patient's affected foot indicate the transducer positions. Magnetic resonance imaging (sagittal view) shows multiple bone marrow edema (arrowheads) indicating osteomyelitis (d). TP = Tibialis posterior tendon; FDL = Flexor digitorum longus tendon; MPN = Medial plantar branch of the tibial nerve; LPN = Lateral plantar branch of the tibial nerve; TN = Tibial nerve; SOL = Soleus muscle. A = Posterior tibial artery; *Effusion

Figure 1: (a) Axial ultrasound images of the right hind foot (b) and distal calf, and panoramic view of the whole posterior leg (c). The colored rectangles on the patient's affected foot indicate the transducer positions. Magnetic resonance imaging (sagittal view) shows multiple bone marrow edema (arrowheads) indicating osteomyelitis (d). TP = Tibialis posterior tendon; FDL = Flexor digitorum longus tendon; MPN = Medial plantar branch of the tibial nerve; LPN = Lateral plantar branch of the tibial nerve; TN = Tibial nerve; SOL = Soleus muscle. A = Posterior tibial artery; *Effusion