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Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects:
Jeff Hall
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Jennifer Spector, DPM
Circulation and Subscriptions
Bonnie Shannon

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Jeff Hall, Executive Editor/VP-Special Projects, Podiatry Today
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October 2016

Volume 29 Issue 10
Mark Snyder, DPM, FACFAS
This author provides insights on how fluorescence angiography helped prevent a hallux amputation in an 80-year-old patient.
Albert V. Armstrong, Jr., DPM, CWS
Three-dimensional weightbearing computed tomography (CT) can be a powerful diagnostic tool. This author provides a guide to reading weightbearing CT images, how they can reveal pathology and how they can lead to more effective treatment.
George Wallace, DPM
The new year really begins July 1 at a healthcare institution with residents. The new PGY-1s arrive with the whitest of lab coats, unbridled enthusiasm and a look of fear in their eyes, wondering how they will survive.
Tracey C. Vlahovic, DPM, FFPM, RCPS (Glasg)
Given that contact dermatitis can have numerous inciting causes, this author discusses how to determine the allergen sources in cases of allergic contact dermatitis and irritant contact dermatitis, and proposes practical treatment strategies.
Laura E. Sansosti, DPM, and Jane Pontious, DPM, FACFAS
Acknowledging the challenges in treating lesser metatarsal pathologies, these authors discuss the relevant pathomechanics, review keys to appropriate procedure selection and provide a thorough review of the literature.
J. Monroe Laborde, MD, MS, and Richard D. Weiner, DPM
Yes. This author notes that when one combines Achilles tendon lengthening with other treatments for the diabetic foot, it can help heal lower extremity wounds and prevent wound recurrence and amputation.      By J. Monroe…
Mark A. Prissel, DPM, AACFAS
Crossover toe deformity can be a technical challenge for surgeons as well as a challenge in addressing the preconceived expectations of patients. With this in mind, this author provides practical surgical pearls, discusses the plantar versus dorsal…
Guest Clinical Editor: Russell Volpe, DPM
These expert panelists discuss rearfoot posting for custom orthoses, forefoot posting for varus deviations and which measurements are most effective during a biomechanical exam. Q: What is your preferred method for determining the amount of…
Mike Casteel, DPM, and Lawrence G. Karlock, DPM, FACFAS
A middle-aged male patient with diabetes presented to our service for bilateral blue fifth toes with evidence of gangrene. The patient said the color change started about one week prior. He denied any history of trauma to his feet or recent cardiac…
Eric Espensen, DPM, and Kayla Y. Song, DPM
In the vast field of wound care, many treatment options exist. The main goal is to heal open ulcerations as quickly as possible.
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