Atypical Presentation of Synovial Osteochondromatosis At the Subtalar Joint Mimicking A Fracture Following Trauma: A Case Report

Synovial osteo chondromatosis (SOC) are benign tumors arising from metaplastic synovial tissue of joints, bursae or tendon sheath. These tumors are most commonly found in the knee joint and rarely presents in the foot and ankle region. We report a case of a middle age gentleman with primary SOC and was misdiagnosed as an acute neck of talus fracture following trauma.