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Ultrasound guided block of the saphenous neuroma following use of an AFO in a patient with paraplegia. A case report.
The use of the AFO may cause a painful saphenous neuroma which is an unusual cause of extremity pain in patients with paraplegia, and Ultrasound may be a beneficial diagnostic tool and a guidance for the therapeutic interventions in this condition.
A Different Presentation of Mal De Meleda: New Skin Lesions in a Residual Limb after Traumatic Amputation.
This is the first Mal de Meleda case in the literature with new lesions at the residual limb, and exact pathophysiological mechanisms are not well known, but prosthesis use might have accelerated disease process in this patient.