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This retrospective study reported the clinical and radiographic findings of a plantar-flexor-shortening first metatarsal osteotomy for treatment of hallux rigidus. Twenty-six patients (33 feet) were evaluated with a mean 34.4 months follow-up (range, 18-65 months). Assessment consisted of clinical measurements of total range of first metatarsophalangeal(More)
  • Keith Goss
  • Clinics in podiatric medicine and surgery
  • 2008
Regional anesthesia with local anesthetics is an important component of the perioperative pain management algorithm in the context of lower extremity orthopedic surgery. These techniques have proved to be consistent and effective in minimizing postoperative pain and narcotic usage, and in reducing the morbidity associated with lower extremity surgery. The(More)
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