Erosive osteoarthritis of the feet: description of two patients.


Erosive osteoarthritis is considered an unusual disease, mostly developing among women. The typical locations are the interphalangeal joints of the hands. However, on a few occasions it has also been found in hips, shoulders and feet. We describe two patients (one woman and one man) who have this disease in their feet.


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@article{Ms2007ErosiveOO, title={Erosive osteoarthritis of the feet: description of two patients.}, author={Antonio Juan M{\'a}s and Jaime Rot{\'e}s-Querol}, journal={Joint, bone, spine : revue du rhumatisme}, year={2007}, volume={74 3}, pages={296-8} }