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  • December 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 12
    By Jeff Hall, Editor-in-Chief
    1,771 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    Have you taken advantage of the Internet to build your practice? Perhaps you’ve resisted the pull of new technology for one reason or another or maybe you have legitimate concerns about privacy issues, especially with the current emphasis on HIPAA. However, the emerging trends on Internet use, specifically as they relate to seeking health care information, are difficult to ignore. Currently, 66 percent of adults in the United States are surfing the Web, according to the results of a Harris Interactive Poll released earlier this year. The pollsters estimate that 110 million adults in the U... continue reading
    Here is a fracture dislocation of the Lisfranc’s complex with lateral displacement of the second, third, fourth and fifth metatarsals and an associated communited first metatarsal fracture. Note the retained alignment of the first metatarsal/cuneiform art
    By David Caldarella, DPM, and Celeste Borchers, DPM
    25,767 reads | 0 comments | 09/03/08
    Lisfranc’s injuries, as found at the tarsometatarsal joint, are rare, according to the literature. Only 1 percent of all fractures are found at the tarsometatarsal articulation with an incidence of one per 55,000 people per year.1 These injuries are two to four times more likely to occur among young to middle-aged men as opposed to female patients.1-3 Overall, though, the injury is still a rare phenomenon. Aitken and Poulson reviewed 82,500 fractures over a 15-year period and found only 16 cases of Lisfranc’s fractures.4 But are these injuries as rare as ... continue reading