Introduction: Posterior ankle impingement syndrome (PAIS) commonly presents in elite ballet and some athletic populations. Imaging is frequently used as a diagnostic tool, and imaging findings can precipitate surgical intervention. The relationship between MRI findings and clinical presentation in PAIS is unclear. This study assessed the association between clinical features and MRI findings in PAIS and compared imaging and clinical findings between participants with and without a clinical diagnosis of PAIS.
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