William Gossage

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A tendoachilles (TA) rupture that is not treated results in reduced plantarflexion strength of the foot at the ankle. Some plantarflexion may be maintained through the action of the tibialis posterior, flexors hallucis and digitorum löngus and the peroneal muscles. Healing of the TA usually occurs after rupture, even when no treatment is instituted, with(More)
A 46 year old, right hand dominant grocer, attended the Accident and Emergency department with a one month history of a lesion over the dorsal aspect of the interphalangeal joint of his right thumb. Over the past week it had increased in size and was more painful, despite a course of antibiotics prescribed by his general practitioner. On examination, the(More)
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