By Saleena Niehaus, DPM

Lyme disease can affect all ages and genders although there is an increased risk of infection with longer times spent outdoors.

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By Lisa M. Grant-McDonald, DPM, William P. Grant, DPM, FACFAS, and Jeffery Yates, BS

Midfoot beaming for patients with Charcot can be a valuable tool for deformity correction and may help obviate complications that can hamper healing. These authors detail their experience with the use of beaming, focusing on effective correction techniques and innovative concepts such as titanium trusses.

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By Joseph Vella, DPM, AACFAS

Patients with diabetes may be especially susceptible to cutaneous complications including acquired perforating dermatosis, bullous diabeticorum, yellow nails and calciphylaxis. This author provides a guide to diagnosis and treatment of common cutaneous manifestations.

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