By Israel Santander, DPM, and M. Joel Morse, DPM

A 55-year-old male presented with a three-month history of a single slow-growing red lesion to the medial aspect of the left fifth digit with notable albeit minimal pain. He is healthy and not of Eastern European descent, is immunocompetent (non-HIV) and has been in a monogamous homosexual relationship for 20 years.

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By Nicholas A. Campitelli, DPM, FACFAS

As a surgeon who has been on both ends of the spectrum, I now realize how valuable my time was spent in the hospital and not just in operating rooms.

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By Doug Richie Jr., DPM, FACFAS

Rather than knowing a simple timeframe when an athlete returned to training after a surgical procedure, it would be much more important to learn the overall pain, function and quality of life reported by the patient when treatment ended.

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