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Plantar fasciitis: a degenerative process (fasciosis) without inflammation.
TLDR
Findings suggest that treatment regimens such as serial corticosteroid injections into the plantar fascia should be reevaluated in the absence of inflammation and in light of their potential to induce plantar fascial rupture. Expand
Prevalence of non-painful heel spur and its relation to postural foot position.
Sensory conduction studies of the branches of the superficial peroneal nerve.
TLDR
In ease of performance and in reliability, sensory conduction studies in the branches of the superficial peroneal nerve were found to be equal to those of the sural nerve and superior to Those of the saphenous nerve. Expand
Pathologic and diagnostic considerations in onychomycosis.
  • H. Lemont
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Podiatric Medical…
  • 1 November 1997
TLDR
The most common pathologies of onychomycosis, as classified by the sites of entry of the invading fungi, are discussed. Expand
Prevalence of osteoarthritis of the foot.
Hemorrhage into plantar callus and diabetes mellitus.
TLDR
The presence of hemorrhage within callus was found to be more clinically prevalent in insulin- dependent diabetics than in those who were not insulin-dependent. Expand
Cutaneous foot depigmentation following an intra-articular steroid injection.
TLDR
The authors are of the opinion that the practitioner should take the time to explain depigmentation as a possible side effect of local steroid injection to those patients whose skin color places them at cosmetic risk. Expand
The branches of the superficial peroneal nerve and their clinical significance.
  • H. Lemont
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Podiatry Association
  • 1 April 1975
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