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  • June 2014 | Volume 27 - Issue 6
    Lawrence A. DiDomenico, DPM, FACFAS, and Jobeth Rollandini, DPM
    11,049 reads | 0 comments | 05/26/14
    Given the tricky nature of second digit metatarsophalangeal joint instability/crossover hammertoe, surgeons need an effective remedy. Accordingly, these authors advocate for the use of tendon balancing procedures as viable alternatives that surgeons can combine with a modified Lapidus and endoscopic gastrocnemius recession when adjunctive procedures are warranted. ... continue reading
    Kristine Hoffman, DPM
    7,607 reads | 0 comments | 05/26/14
    A 62-year-old female presented with a chief complaint of a soft tissue growth on her left big toe. She reported the lesion to be red, raised and bleeding with pressure. There was a small amount of drainage on the bandage she used to protect the foot in shoe gear. ... continue reading
    Lee C. Rogers, DPM
    13,867 reads | 0 comments | 05/26/14
    Podiatrists play a critical role in the identification, treatment and management of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD). While an estimated 8 to 12 million Americans have PAD, the disease continues to remain largely underdiagnosed. Symptoms of pain, aching or cramping in the legs with walking (claudication) can occur in the buttock, hip, thigh, or calf. ... continue reading

    3,019 reads | 0 comments | 05/26/14
    Two recent studies offer bad news and good news about diabetes. One study tracks a continued rise in the incidence of diabetes and stability in the numbers of those with undiagnosed diabetes, and the other study notes a decrease in complications of the disease. ... continue reading