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  • June 2008 | Volume 21 - Issue 6
    By Douglas K. Blacklidge, DPM
    35,334 reads | 0 comments | 06/03/08
    Isolated arthrodesis procedures for the hindfoot are an interesting and sometimes controversial topic for foot and ankle surgeons. Historically, when it came to most major rearfoot deformities and joint conditions, surgeons utilized the triple arthrodesis versus any isolated joint fusions of this complex. The thinking was that the subtalar, calcaneocuboid and talonavicular joints all function together to allow pronation and supination of the entire foot, so if one joint needed fusion, they all needed fusion. The trend during the past decade or two has been more toward preservi ... continue reading
    By M. Joel Morse, DPM
    5,031 reads | 0 comments | 06/03/08