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When Surgeons Uncover A Verrucous Carcinoma Following Delayed Healing Of A Transmetatarsal Amputation

Shawn Khademi, BS, Bryan Holand, MS, Martin Yorath, DPM, FACFAS, and Stephanie Wu, DPM, MSc, FACFAS | 50 reads | 0 comments

These authors investigate an unexpected finding of verrucous carcinoma in a 37-year-old patient with diabetes who had a transmetatarsal amputation secondary to chronic osteomyelitis.



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Diagnosing And Treating Distal Tibia Epiphysitis

Eric Feit, DPM, Alona Kashanian, DPM, and Jonah Feit | 31 reads | 0 comments

Mindful of the common presentation of growth plate injuries, these authors present insights on the diagnosis and treatment of a 12-year-old soccer player who presented with pain in the distal tibia.



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Understanding The Biomechanics Of Equinus

Craig Clifford, DPM, MHA, AACFAS | 88 reads | 0 comments

Given that equinus is a factor in many foot and ankle conditions, it is imperative to be knowledgeable in the biomechanical aspects of the condition. Accordingly, this author discusses the biomechanical compensations that can occur with equinus, keys to evaluation and current concepts in treatment.



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Addressing Hallux Rigidus In The Presence Of Metatarsus Primus Elevatus

Boyd J. Andrews, DPM, and Lawrence M. Fallat, DPM, FACFAS | 72 reads | 0 comments

Given the common nature of hallux rigidus and the challenges of concomitant metatarsus primus elevatus, these authors share key diagnostic insights, explore possible surgical options and discuss two illuminating case studies.



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A Closer Look At Advances With NPWT

Noah G. Oliver, DPM, Caitlin Garwood, DPM, Paul Kim, DPM, MS, FACFAS, and John S. Steinberg, DPM, FACFAS | 85 reads | 0 comments

Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has been a proven technique for facilitating wound healing and the technology continues to evolve beyond the original negative pressure devices. These authors examine the efficacy of innovations in NPWT delivery, including NPWT with instillation.



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Keys To Revising Failed Flatfoot Surgery

Jacob Wynes, DPM, MS, AACFAS, and Bradley M. Lamm, DPM, FACFAS | 115 reads | 0 comments

Given the lack of consensus on indications and procedures for flatfoot surgery, these authors offer their insights on revisional flatfoot surgery. In addition to discussing diagnostic keys and pearls on appropriate procedure selection, they share their clinical experience in revising both overcorrected and undercorrected flatfoot as well as correcting nonunions.



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