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BACKGROUND A case report in which spontaneous rupture of the tibialis anterior tendon occurred secondary to a gouty tophaceous deposit within the tendon. The injury occurs in middle-aged and elderly patients after displacement of the foot in plantar flexion and eversion. The treatment of the rupture is discussed. METHOD An appropriate clinical(More)
Ewing's sarcoma rarely occurs in the bones of the hand and feet. The clinical presentations represent a degree of overlap among various benign and infective etiologies. The diagnosis was confirmed by gold standard biopsy. We present a case of Ewing's tumor in a 13-year-old girl and discuss its rare presentation, and also offer a literature review.
  • Jason Jerome
  • Foot and ankle surgery : official journal of the…
  • 2008
Subtalar dislocation is the simultaneous dislocation of the distal articulations of the talus at both the talocalcaneal and talonavicular joints. It can occur in any direction and always produce significant deformity. Most common is the medial dislocation. Less common presentations are lateral, anterior and posterior dislocations. These dislocations are(More)
Subtalar dislocation is the simultaneous dislocation of the distal articulations of the talus at both the talocalcaneal and talonavicular joints. It can occur in any direction and can always produce significant deformity. The medial dislocation is most common. Less common presentations are lateral, anterior, and posterior dislocations. These dislocations(More)
We present a 16 year old student with right elbow pigmentary villonodular synovitis. Clinical diagnosis, radiological features, MRI findings, biopsy results, management and follow up are discussed. MRI is the diagnostic modality of choice and assists the surgeon for a proper incision. Correlation of all the clinical aspects and the histologic features is(More)
UNLABELLED Shoulder abduction is a very complex movement and quite important for upper limb function, as more distal functions depend on a stable shoulder, especially in C5, C6 brachial plexus injuries. Various studies in the literature have emphasized the importance of improved functional outcome and shoulder reanimation with concomitant neurotization of(More)
Neurons in the mammalian neocortex receive inputs from and communicate back to thousands of other neurons, creating complex spatiotemporal activity patterns. The experimental investigation of these parallel dynamic interactions has been limited due to the technical challenges of monitoring or manipulating neuronal activity at that level of complexity. Here(More)
Optical manipulation of neuronal activity has rapidly developed into the most powerful and widely used approach to study mechanisms related to neuronal connectivity over a range of scales. Since the early use of single site uncaging to map network connectivity, rapid technological development of light modulation techniques has added important new options,(More)