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Interdigital Neuroma: Clinical Examination and Histopathologic Results in 63 Cases Treated with Excision
Between November 1993 and September 1999, 60 patients (three bilateral) were consecutively treated with excision of interdigital neuroma. The clinical examination was preoperatively performed and aExpand
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The surgical treatment of infantile flat foot. A new expanding endo-orthotic implant.
In the correction of flat foot in children, the fundamental requirement is to restore the normal relationship between the talus and calcaneus. To achieve this, the authors have devised an expandingExpand
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Operative Treatment of Flatfoot With Talocalcaneal Coalition
Rigid flatfoot or peroneal spastic flatfoot often is associated with a congenital fibrous, cartilaginous, or osseous union of two tarsal bones or more, potentially causing great difficulties in itsExpand
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Percutaneous and Minimally Invasive Techniques of Achilles Tendon Repair
Despite the controversy regarding the best treatment for an acute Achilles tendon rupture, percutaneous and minimally invasive techniques seem to offer good results in terms of low risks of reruptureExpand
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Clinicoradiographic assessment of flexible flatfoot in children.
BACKGROUND Radiographic assessment is still used to evaluate flexible flatfoot in children. METHODS To find a set of radiologic parameters for assessing this disease, we studied 53 children aged 10Expand
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Mini-incision direct lateral approach versus anterior mini-invasive approach in total hip replacement: results 1 year after surgery.
BACKGROUND AND AIM Minimally invasive total hip arthroplasty (THA) is a subject of much debate in the literature and is claimed to be superior to the standard technique due to the potential reductionExpand
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Modified Phemister procedure for the surgical treatment of Rockwood types III, IV, V acute acromioclavicular joint dislocation
Acromioclavicular (AC) joint dislocations are common in young, active patients. In case of surgical indications, Rockwood type IV, type V and selected type III dislocation, we use modified PhemisterExpand
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Does Hip Osteoarthritis have a Protective Effect against Proximal Femoral Fractures? A Retrospective Study
The inverse relationship between proximal femoral fracture incidence and hip osteoarthritis remains controversial. However, femoral neck fractures rarely occur in patients with hip osteoarthritis,Expand
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What's new in surgical options for hallux rigidus?
The term hallux rigidus is used to describe a condition characterized by pain and a reduction in the range of motion, especially dorsiflexion, at the first metatarsophalangeal joint1-3. According toExpand
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Diagnosis of flexible flatfoot in children: a systematic clinical approach.
The goal of this study was to provide measures of symptoms and signs in a consecutive case series of children with flexible flatfoot based on a systematic clinical approach. Fifty-three children (ageExpand
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