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  • October 2009 | Volume 22 - Issue 10
    Lowell Weil Jr., DPM, MBA, FACFAS, and Lowell Scott Weil Sr., DPM, FACFAS
    38,478 reads | 0 comments | 09/22/09
    Given the complexities of the second crossover toe deformity, these authors discuss key pathomechanics, review essential elements to the clinical examination, offer conservative care options and provide insights on different surgical techniques.    The crossover second toe deformity may be one of the most challenging surgical disorders foot and ankle surgeons face. The condition is most often associated with a pronounced hallux valgus deformity that one must address surgically in order to achieve a satisfactory and lasting result. ... continue reading
    John D. Mozena, DPM, and Joshua P. Mitnick, DPM
    60,877 reads | 1 comments | 09/22/09
    Given the significant prevalence of onychomycosis that podiatrists see in practice, these authors review current treatments and offer a closer look at emerging topicals, orals and devices that may hold promise in treating this disease.    Since the drug companies’ fungal wars of the 1990s, many podiatrists have lost interest in the treatment of onychomycosis and have settled into their own particular treatment paradigm. However, emerging technologies and new drug delivery systems have again brought the treatment of onychomycosis to the forefront of our profession. ... continue reading
    By Jeff A. Hall, Executive Editor; Panelists: Terence Albright, DPM, FACFAS, Lawrence Harkless, DPM, Vincent J. Hetherington, DPM, FACFAS, Jeffrey C. Page, DPM, Michael J. Trepal, DPM, FACFAS, and Robert “Tim” Yoho, DPM, MS, FACFAS
    14,003 reads | 0 comments | 09/22/09
    In this roundtable forum of leading podiatric educators, the panelists discuss the challenges of having a DPM/MD curriculum, offer a glimpse into current research initiatives in biomechanics and refute the notion that there are too many podiatry schools. ... continue reading