By David Swain, DPM, CWSP
This author details the treatment of an infected ulceration and os­teomyelitis in a man who had been on a longstanding hydroxyurea regimen to control his polycythemia vera.
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By Myron A. Bodman, DPM
An 82-year-old Caucasian female and retired small business owner presented for ongoing care of multiple pressure keratoses overlying arthritic, contracted toe joints on both feet. She had managed the pressure keratoses with periodic paring, buttress crest padding, digital strapping, felt toe regulators and extra-depth shoes.
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By Suneel Basra, DPM, FACFAS
The majority of lateral ankle sprains will not require surgical intervention but the risk of functional and/or mechanical ankle instability in the athletic patient may be detrimental in the individual’s return to a high level of activity.
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