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Redefining the 'pronated foot'

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Aug 18, 2006.

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    Metatarsalgias and pronated foot or peritalar destabilisation syndrome?
    Giacomo Pisani,
    Centro di Chirurgia del Piede “Prof. G. Pisani”, Casa di Cura “Fornaca di Sessant”, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 91, 10128 Torino, Italy
    Foot and Ankle Surgery Article in Press,
     
  2. DaVinci

    DaVinci Well-Known Member

    Peritalar destabilisation syndrome = pronated foot :rolleyes:

    Can someone explain why this is important :confused: :rolleyes:
     
  3. Scorpio622

    Scorpio622 Active Member

    Because the article entitled "Tinea pedis should be called Foot Fungus Syndrome" was pulled at the last minute for revision, and replacement was needed.
     
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