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The authors present a study of the treatment of Morton's neuroma. Sixty patients, involving 65 feet treated, were studied. Conservative treatments were compared to surgical excision of the neuroma. As a result of the findings in this study, the authors recommend surgical excision as the initial treatment of choice.
An extremely rare case of systemic podophyllin toxicity from local injection is presented with a review of the literature. There is only one other known similar case reported in the medical literature world wide. Clinical and pathologic findings will be discussed.
Allergies to metals as a cause of failure of joint prostheses has historically been a controversial issue. Loosening of a prosthesis may be due to trauma, infection of the surrounding area, or a faulty implantation of the device. However, cases of loosening of the device do occur without any history of the above criteria. This leads one to consider other… (More)