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Reply to Letter to the Editor.

A Siebe De Boer, Esther M M Van Lieshout, Dennis Den Hartog, Michael H J Verhofstad,

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Letter to the Editor ''The Influence of Radiograph Obliquity on Böhler's and Gissane's Angles in Calcanei''.

Weixin Zheng, Xiaojun Liang,

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Do Patients Aged 70 Years and Older Benefit From Hallux Valgus Surgery?

Ravintharan Zi En S/O K S, Merrill Lee, Jerry Chen, Nicholas Yeo Eng Meng,

The prevalence of hallux valgus increases with age. However, few studies have compared the effectiveness of surgical correction among different age groups. The authors present a retrospective evaluation of the influence of age on clinical outcomes. Patients who underwent corrective surgery for hallux valgus at an academic hospital were stratified ... Read more >>

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The Management of Multiple Morton's Neuromas in the Same Foot: A Systematic Review.

Zaki Arshad, Awf Alshahwani, Maneesh Bhatia,

The optimal treatment strategy for the presentation of multiple Morton's neuromas in adjacent intermetatarsal spaces of the same foot is yet to be determined. We aimed to summarize and assess the efficacy of current treatment strategies. A systematic review, adhering to PRIMSA guidelines was performed. A computer base search was ... Read more >>

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An Intradermal Spindle Cell Lipoma on the Plantar Hallux in a Patient With Scleroderma and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: A Case Report.

Jason Birkel, Gene Mirkin, Xingpei Hao,

Spindle cell lipoma (SCL) is a rare variant of lipomas, which predominantly occurs in the regions of shoulder and posterior neck but rarely on the toes. Epidemiological studies have demonstrated increased incidence of cancers in patients with scleroderma. A 28-year-old female with scleroderma and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome developed a painful, skin ... Read more >>

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A Rare Case of Monomicrobial Necrotizing Fasciitis Associated With an Initial Acute Compartment Syndrome.

P Tanner Shaffer, Jonathan Hook, Benjamin Potter,

In this article we report a rare case of necrotizing fasciitis presenting with the possible initial symptom of compartment syndrome. After treatment with broad spectrum and targeted antibiotics in addition to multiple fasciotomies, surgical debridement, and grafts the patient went on to uneventful healing within 6 months. This case report ... Read more >>

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Split Anterior Tibial Tendon Transfer to Dorsal Lateral Foot for Cavovarus Deformities With Neuropathic Ulcerations: A Case Series.

Nicole K Cates, Taylor J Bunka, Amber M Kavanagh, Jacob Wynes,

Cavovarus deformity leads to increased peak pressure on the plantar lateral foot, which can lead to ulceration, and can potentially progress to amputation. Techniques have been suggested in the treatment of cavovarus deformity, such as peroneus brevis or longus tendon transfer, anterior tibial tendon lengthening, posterior tibial tendon transfer, or ... Read more >>

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A Retrospective Review of Consecutive Cases to Identify the Rate of Underlying Osteomyelitis in Patients Undergoing Surgical Treatment of Gangrene of the Forefoot and Impact of Acute Infection on Outcome Following Amputation.

Troy J Boffeli, Samantha A Luer, Kristen M Brett, Howard C Chang,

Medical literature offers no clear treatment guidelines when performing amputations for gangrene of the forefoot despite a high percentage that suffer poor outcome due to infection. Gas gangrene and wet gangrene are often preceded by dry stable gangrene. This is a retrospective review of consecutive patients who underwent forefoot amputation ... Read more >>

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The Timing of Limb Amputation in Nontraumatic Patients: Impact on Mortality and Postoperative Complication Rates.

Shani Shamir, Yuval Schwartz, Daniel Cohen, Tali Bdolah-Abram, Amos M Yinnon, Yonit Wiener-Well,

Diabetes and peripheral vascular diseases are accompanied frequently by lower limb ischemia and in minority, need for amputation, as a treatment of last resort. Even after a decision has been made regarding amputation, the procedures are often repeatedly postponed due to more urgent surgeries and lack of operating room availability. ... Read more >>

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Sliding Oblique Metatarsal Osteotomy Fixated With a K-Wire Without Cheilectomy for Hallux Rigidus.

Kenichiro Nakajima,

The current study aimed to assess the outcomes of sliding oblique metatarsal osteotomy fixated with a K-wire without cheilectomy for hallux rigidus. Pre- and postoperative variables, including dorsiflexion angle, visual analog scale score, and Japanese Society for Surgery of the Foot scale score, were assessed using the Wilcoxon signed-rank test. In addition, the ... Read more >>

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Foot Typology, Dynamic and Static Weight Distribution, and Radiographic Changes After Subtalar Arthroereisis in Juvenile Symptomatic Flexible Flat Feet.

Lara O Eysel, Katja A Lüders, Lena Braunschweig, Heiko M Lorenz, Jochen Dörner, Anna K Hell, Hartmut Stinus,

Flexible flatfoot is among the most common skeletal disorders in childhood. This study describes the dynamic and static correction effects of subtalar arthroereisis in adolescents with flexible symptomatic flatfeet in comparison to normal subjects as well as to results before and after removal of metal. Eighteen adolescents with 25 symptomatic ... Read more >>

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Phosphaturic Mesenchymal Tumor of the Ankle: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.

Oliver Jones, Suzanne H Murphy, Kenneth E S Poole, A James Watkins, Amer J Durrani,

We report the case of a phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor of the ankle; an extremely rare lesion that causes osteomalacia via paraneoplastic renal phosphate wasting. A 41-year-old man was referred to plastic surgery with a swelling over the anterior ankle, which had been increasing in size for 1 year. Focused ultrasound ... Read more >>

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Iatrogenic Damage to Neurovascular and Soft Tissue Structures During Lateral Release of Hallux Valgus: A Comparative Anatomical Study of Minimally Invasive Versus Open Surgical Techniques.

Kajetan Klos, Mark Lenz, Gunther O Hofmann, Wiebke Schubert, Matthias Knobe, Klaus Edgar Roth, Paul Simons, Matthias Aurich,

Lateral release is often an integral step in surgical correction of hallux valgus and can be performed using open or minimally invasive techniques. We investigated whether these techniques cause iatrogenic damage to arteries, nerves, tendons, or joint capsules. In this cadaver study, lateral release was performed on 9 pairs of ... Read more >>

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Risk Factors and Outcomes After Surgical Reconstruction of Charcot Neuroarthropathy in Fracture Versus Dislocation Patterns.

Nicole K Cates, Jonathan Furmanek, Korey S Dubois, Jacob Wynes,

The primary aim of this study is to compare the preoperative risk factors and postoperative outcomes between Charcot neuroarthropathy patients with dislocation versus purely fracture pattern breakdown. The secondary aim is to compare the same factors between Charcot neuroarthropathy patients with dislocation versus fracture-dislocation pattern breakdown. A total of 55 ... Read more >>

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Comparison of Fixation Techniques in Oblique and Biplanar Chevron Medial Malleolar Osteotomies; a Finite Element Analysis.

Ali Levent, Metin Yapti, H Kursat Celik, Ozkan Kose, O Faruk Kilicaslan, Allan E W Rennie,

This study aimed to evaluate different fixation techniques and implants in oblique and biplanar chevron medial malleolar osteotomies using finite element analysis. Both oblique and biplanar chevron osteotomy models were created, and each osteotomy was fixed with 2 different screws (3.5 mm cortical screw and 4.0 mm malleolar screw) in ... Read more >>

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Retrocalcaneal Enthesophyte Resection With Functional Lengthening of the Achilles Tendon and Buried Knot Technique: A Case Series.

Nicole K Cates, Emily C Wagler, Shirley Chen, Laurence G Rubin,

Retrocalcaneal exostosis can be debilitating and in severe cases, surgical resection is indicated. Complications can arise from surgical resection of the exostosis and reattachment of the Achilles tendon, including irritation of the suture knot, recurrence of the bony prominence, and dehiscence. The use of a buried knot technique with functional ... Read more >>

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Description of a Revision Technique for Failed Polyvinyl Alcohol Hydrogel Implant in Patient with Freiberg's Disease.

Dafalla Elamin, George Chami,

Polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel synthetic cartilage implants are increasingly used to treat advanced Freiberg disease. We report a case with recurrence of symptoms within 6 weeks and required revision for fracture of the implant. We describe a revision technique with modified osteochondral bone graft to deal with the variables of revision ... Read more >>

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The Impact of Hospitalization for Diabetic Foot Infection on Health-Related Quality of Life: Utilizing PROMIS.

Matthew J Johnson, Dane K Wukich, Paul A Nakonezny, Lawrence A Lavery, Javier La Fontaine, Junho Ahn, David H Truong, George Tye Liu, Michael VanPelt, Paul J Kim, Katherine M Raspovic,

Diabetic foot infections (DFI) are an increasingly common cause of hospitalizations. Once hospitalized with DFI, many patients require some level of amputation, often undergoing multiple operations. With increasing importance on patient-centered metrics, self-reported health-related quality of life (HRQOL) tools have been developed. This prospective cohort study aimed assessed the impact ... Read more >>

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Outcome Assessment Performance of the SF-36, Manchester-Oxford Foot Questionnaire and AOFAS in Forefoot Reconstruction Surgery.

Daniel N Bianco Adames, Gemma González-Lucena, Juan I Stacey Ruales, Berta Gasol Cudos, Albert Ginés-Cespedosa,

The purpose of this study was to investigate the measurement properties of the Short Form 36 (SF-36) to detect real change after forefoot reconstruction surgery. Responsiveness and minimally important change estimates were compared with those from the Manchester-Oxford Foot Questionnaire (MOXFQ) and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS) ... Read more >>

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Are Readmission and Reoperation Rates for Lower Extremity Necrotizing Fasciitis Different Between Patients With and Without Diabetes Mellitus?

Junho Ahn, Farzam Farahani, Katherine M Raspovic, George T Liu, Trapper A Lalli, Michael D VanPelt, Paul A Nakonezny, Dane K Wukich,

Necrotizing fasciitis is a condition associated with high morbidity and mortality unless emergent surgery is performed. This study aims to understand the hospital course of diabetic and nondiabetic patients managed for lower-extremity necrotizing fasciitis by identifying factors contributing to readmissions and reoperations. About 562 patients treated for lower-extremity necrotizing fasciitis ... Read more >>

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Sesamoidectomy in Athletes: Outcome From 2-Center.

Amol Saxena, Magali Fournier, Parth Patel, Nicola Maffulli,

Sesamoid pain can arise from avascular necrosis, fracture, osteochondrosis, and advanced degeneration. Disorders of the sesamoids in athletes can be debilitating. Total sesamoidectomy of the involved sesamoid is considered an effective surgical treatment when conservative measures have failed. There is limited literature evaluating the outcome of sesamoidectomy in athletically active ... Read more >>

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The King's Sliding Hindfoot Osteotomy for the Treatment of Talus Body Defects-Results of a New Technique in Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis.

Abdul-Rasheed Rabiu, Jean-Pierre St Mart, Ines L H Reichert, Raju Ahluwalia,

Bone loss after avascular necrosis of the talus secondary to acute traumatic or chronic pathologies often requires surgical reconstruction. This study reports the early results of a sliding oblique hindfoot osteotomy for salvage procedures combined with tibiotalar arthrodesis to achieve a well-aligned, painless, plantigrade foot. All patients presenting to our ... Read more >>

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Complex Foot Infection Treated With Surgical Debridement and Antibiotic Loaded Calcium Sulfate-A Retrospective Cohort Study of 137 Cases.

Robert Morley, Matt Rothwell, John Stephenson, Liza McIlvenny, Frank Webb, Aaron Barber,

Complex foot infections involving bone and soft tissue in patients with co-morbidities such as diabetes and peripheral arterial disease (PAD) are a cause of significant hospital admission. They are associated with substantial economic costs to health services worldwide. Historically, severe foot infection has been treated with surgical debridement and prolonged ... Read more >>

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Open Ankle Arthrodesis: A Retrospective Analysis Comparing Different Fixation Methods.

Stein B M van den Heuvel, Diederick Penning, Tim Schepers,

A wide variation of surgical options, complications, and union rates are reported in the treatment of end-stage ankle arthritis. However, open ankle arthrodesis remains the golden standard for ankle arthritis. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the union rate and complication rate as well as identify potential risk ... Read more >>

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Do Arch Height and Arch Stiffness Relate to Physical Performance in Adult Men?

Xiaoguang Zhao, Yaodong Gu, Jiabin Yu, Ye Ma, Zhexiao Zhou,

Foot arch plays an important role in bearing body weight, absorbing ground reaction forces and maintaining balance, and its structure and function are bound to have a profound effect on physical activities and sports. Arch height and arch stiffness are 2 factors that represent the structure and function of the ... Read more >>

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