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Anatomy of the foot and ankle
The foot represents a structure which has to adapt in static fashion to support the body-weight and in dynamic fashion to permit walking. There is a mechanical compromise between a rigid framework,Expand
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Split Lesions of the Peroneus Brevis Tendon in Chronic Ankle Laxity
Between 1993 and 1995, we operated on 18 patients for split lesions of the peroneal brevis tendon associ ated with chronic ankle instability. Five patients were competitive athletes, seven wereExpand
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Rheumatoid flat foot and deformity of the first ray.
OBJECTIVE To study the relationship between flat foot and forefoot deformities in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in order to improve understanding of the progression of deformity and thus provide moreExpand
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CT and MRI evaluation of tenosynovitis of the rheumatoid hindfoot
SummaryThirty-nine patients with rheumatoid arthritis who had presented with tarsitis before, were investigated at the level of the rearfoot. The first 17 patients had CT with previous tenographyExpand
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Le pied et la cheville : de la clinique aux examens complémentaires
Anatomie - Biomecanique - imagerie Radiologie - Pathologies - ortheses - Traitements - Chaussage - Appareillage
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Flattening of the rheumatoid foot in tarsal arthritis on X-ray.
222 consecutive and unselected patients suffering form classical or definite rheumatoid arthritis wee studied. 397 of their feet were examined. Talonavicular arthritis was the commonest findingExpand
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Arthroscopy of the Ankle: Analysis of Results and Indications on a Series of 75 Cases
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the results of arthroscopy of the ankle. Of the 114 arthroscopies of the ankle that we performed between 1991 and 1996, 13 were for diagnosis, 6 wereExpand
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Posterior tibial tendon and subtalar joint complex in rheumatoid arthritis: magnetic resonance imaging study.
OBJECTIVE To observe by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) the pathologic changes in the posterior tibial tendon (PTT), subtalar joint complex (STJC), and sinus tarsi in patients with rheumatoidExpand
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The rheumatoid foot. Pathomechanics, clinical and radiological features. Therapeutic conditions
The incidence of rheumatoid arthritis in the general population is 0.5%. This progressive disease affects 3 times more women than men and occurs at any age, but especially between 40 and 60 years.Expand
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