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Foot and Ankle Surgery

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  1. admin

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    Volume 13, Issue 4, Pages 165-218 (2007)

    Hallux adductor or abductor muscle?

    Flexor Digitorum Longus transfer and medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy for posterior tibial tendon dysfunction: A clinical and radiographical analysis

    Deficiencies of MRI in the diagnosis of chronic symptomatic lateral ankle ligament injuries

    Scarf osteotomy for hallux valgus—is an Akin osteotomy necessary?

    Cutaneous sensory nerve injury during surgical approaches to the foot and ankle: A cadaveric anatomic study

    Case reports
    Septic arthritis of the ankle due to Moraxella osloensis

    Concomitant fractures of neck of talus and calcaneus in children

    The “L-shaped” intermediate cuneiform

    Tuberculosis of the cuneiform

    Case study: Use of osteogenic protein-1 (BMP-7) in non-union of a calcaneus fracture following ORIF

    Soft tissue chondroma compression—A unique cause of tarsal tunnel syndrome: A case report and review of the literature

    Tarsal tunnel syndrome: Four uncommon cases
  2. drsarbes

    drsarbes Well-Known Member

    >>>>>>>>>>>>Tarsal Tunnel Syndromes - four uncommon cases:
    Tarsal tunnel syndrome is rarely diagnosed. We describe four uncommon cases treated in our department: a case of angioleiomyoma of the tarsal tunnel never reported in the literature, a case of neurilemoma of the posterior tibial nerve, a big ganglion of the tibiotarsal joint and a pes planus with valgus talus in a young male affected by cerebral palsy. All the cases were treated by surgery with a good outcome. The article includes a discussion about aetiology, diagnosis and treatment of this syndrome.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

    This was the abstract. I had a hard time just getting past the first sentence.
    "rarely diagnosed"???????
    What does that mean........ exactly.

    If I had to list the most common diagnoses in my clinic; I'm positive Tarsal Tunnel would be in the top 15.
    I'm quite certain I'm not alone.
  3. Admin2

    Admin2 Administrator Staff Member

    Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 1-56 (2008)

    Original Articles:

    Health related quality of life in patients with Charcot arthropathy of the foot and anklePages 11-15
    Michael P. Sochocki, Shawn Verity, Pamela J. Atherton, Jefrey L. Huntington, Jeff A. Sloan, John M. Embil, Elly Trepman

    Surgical anatomy for a new minimally invasive approach to harvest the flexor digitorum longus tendon: A cadaver study
    Pages 16-20
    Vinod K. Panchbhavi, Jinping Yang, Santaram Vallurapalli

    Fixation of first metatarsal basal osteotomy using Acutrak screw
    Pages 21-25
    G.E. Fadel, S.M. Hussain, S. Sripada, A.S. Jain

    Treatment of Charcot foot and ankle with a prefabricated removable walker brace and custom insole
    Pages 26-31
    Shawn Verity, Michael Sochocki, John M. Embil, Elly Trepman

    Case reports

    Retained toothpick causing pseudotumor of the first metatarsal: A case report and literature review
    Pages 32-35
    Freih Odeh Abu Hassan

    Antero-lateral subtalar dislocation
    Pages 36-39
    J. Terrence Jose Jerome

    Pseudoaneurysm of the anterior tibial artery following an ankle sprain: A case report of an uncommon ankle trauma with review of the literature
    Pages 40-42
    Panayiotis Christofilopoulos, Aristotelis Panos, Karen Masterson, Sophie Abrassart, Mathieu Assal

    Hypertrophy of the abductor digiti minimi muscle simulating a localised soft tissue mass
    Pages 43-46
    Peter Raab, Volker Ettl, Agniezka Kozuch, Ulrich Nöth

    Anterior dislocation of the tibio–talar joint without diastasis or fracture—A case report
    Pages 47-49
    Nitish Gogi, Shah Alam Khan, Rahij Anwar

    The intra-articularly located ligament variation of the first metatarsophalangeal joint
    Pages 50-51
    Birsen Ozyurt, Taner Gunes, Bahadir Ungor, Mehmet Erdem
  4. Admin2

    Admin2 Administrator Staff Member

    Volume 14, Issue 2, Pages 57-112 (2008)

    Original articles

    The results of utilizing proximal tibial bone graft in reconstructive procedures of the foot and ankle
    Pages 62-66
    Nelson F. SooHoo, Andrea Cracchiolo III

    A prospective 2-year follow-up study of plantar incisions in the treatment of primary intermetatarsal neuromas (Morton's neuroma)
    Pages 67-73
    Christian Åkermark, Tönu Saartok, Zbigniew Zuber

    Multidisciplinary treatment of diabetic foot ulcers in Canadian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people
    Pages 74-81
    Greg Rose, Frank Duerksen, Elly Trepman, Mary Cheang, J. Neil Simonsen, Joshua Koulack, Hank Fong, Lindsay E. Nicolle, John M. Embil

    Long-term follow-up on microsurgical free-tissue transfer in foot and ankle reconstruction
    Pages 82-88
    Ramzi Musharafieh, Joseph Wehbe, Ghassan Maalouf, Bishara Atiyeh

    Acquired adult flat foot due to isolated plantar calcaneonavicular (spring) ligament insufficiency with a normal tibialis posterior tendon
    Pages 89-95
    M. Tryfonidis, W. Jackson, R. Mansour, P.H. Cooke, J. Teh, S. Ostlere, R.J. Sharp

    Case reports

    Open infected Achilles tendon injury—Reconstruction of tendon with fascia lata graft and soft tissue cover with a reverse flow sural flap
    Pages 96-99
    P.R.J.V.C. Boopalan, Thilak S. Jepegnanam, V.T.K. Titus, Seetharam Y. Prasad, Samuel B. Chittaranjan

    Rupture of the extensor hallucis longus tendon caused by talar neck osteophyte
    Pages 100-102
    George E. Fadel, Faz Alipour
  5. Admin2

    Admin2 Administrator Staff Member

    Volume 14, Issue 3, Pages 113-170 (2008)

    The present state of ankle arthroplasty
    Pages 115-119
    Peter L.R. Wood, Timothy M. Clough, Robert Smith

    The diabetic foot—An update
    Pages 120-124
    Andrew J.M. Boulton

    Carbon fibre prostheses and running in amputees: A review
    Pages 125-129
    Lee Nolan

    Iatrogenous lesions of nerves and arteries in the leg and foot
    Pages 130-137
    Rolfe Birch

    The first metatarsocuneiform joint, hypermobility, and hallux valgus: What does it all mean?
    Pages 138-141
    Bertil W. Smith, Michael J. Coughlin

    Which is the more ‘evolved’ in modern humans, the hand or the foot?
    Pages 142-144
    Bernard Wood

    Normal articles

    A prospective multi-centre, open study of the safety and efficacy of hylan G-F 20 (Synvisc®) in patients with symptomatic ankle (talo-crural) osteoarthritis
    Pages 145-152
    Angelique G.H. Witteveen, Sandro Giannini, Giulio Guido, Joerg Jerosch, Heinz Lohrer, Francesca Vannini, Leonardo Donati, Axel Schulz, Jakob Scholl, Inger N. Sierevelt, C. Niek van Dijk

    The outcome of arthroscopic and open surgery ankle arthrodesis: A comparative retrospective study on 107 patients
    Pages 153-157
    Kristian Kibak Nielsen, Frank Linde, Niels Christian Jensen

    The triplanar chevron osteotomy
    Pages 158-160
    C.J. Pearce, S.A. Sexton, A. Sakellariou

    Healing of ungrafted bone defects of the talus after benign tumour removal
    Pages 161-165
    E. Shears, K. Dehne, H. Murata, A. Abudu, R.J. Grimer, R.M. Tillman, S.R. Carter

    Case report

    Tibialis anterior tendon rupture in gout—Case report and literature review
    Pages 166-169
    J. Terrence Jose Jerome, Mathew Varghese, Balu Sankaran, Simon Thomas, SK Thirumagal
  6. Admin2

    Admin2 Administrator Staff Member

    Volume 14, Issue 4, Pages 171-232 (2008)

    Osteochondritis of the hallux sesamoid bones
    Pages 175-179
    Ignacio Martínez Garrido, Marta Navarro Bosch, María Sánchez González, Vicente Vicent Carsí

    Children sport shoes—A systematic review of current literature
    Pages 180-189
    Markus Walther, Dirk Herold, Angela Sinderhauf, Robert Morrison

    Original articles

    The use of post-operative reverse camber shoes following scarf osteotomy
    Pages 190-193
    Samantha Hook, Neil Walker, L. Cannon

    Scarf and Akin osteotomies for moderate and severe hallux valgus: Clinical and radiographic results
    Pages 194-203
    Ignacio Martínez Garrido, Eduardo Rodríguez-Vellando Rubio, Marta Navarro Bosch, María Sánchez González, Guillermo Bastida Paz, Alfredo Juan Llabrés

    Endoscopic treatment for chronic Achilles tendinopathy
    Pages 204-210
    Jordi Vega, Josep Maria Cabestany, Pau Golanó, Luis Pérez-Carro

    Stabilization of first metatarsophalangeal instability with plantar plate tenodesis
    Pages 211-214
    T.H. Lui

    Case reports

    A case report of atypical magnetic resonance images of the hindfoot following cocaine injection in the foot and a review of osteonecrosis in calcaneus
    Pages 215-220
    Vinod K. Panchbhavi, Nikoletta M. Leontaritis

    Calcaneus replacement after total calcanectomy via vascularized pelvis bone
    Pages 221-224
    L.A. Kurvin, C. Volkering, S.B. Keßler

    Tuberculous osteomyelitis of the midfoot in the absence of a pulmonary lesion: A case report
    Pages 225-228
    Nancy V. Prechtl, John T. Marcoux

    Cystic pseudotumours in both upper ankle joints in gouty arthritis
    Pages 229-232
    S.Y. Vetter, R. Simon, J. von Recum, A. Wentzensen, A. Spiethoff, C.B. Frank
  7. Admin2

    Admin2 Administrator Staff Member

    Foot and Ankle Surgery

    Volume 17, Issue 2, Pages e17-e36, 51-98 (June 2011)


    1. Minimal invasive surgery (MIS) in foot and ankle surgery
    Jan Willem Louwerens, Victor Valderrabano, Ian Winson


    2. Biomechanical changes associated with the osteoarthritic, arthrodesed, and prosthetic ankle joint Review Article
    Tristan Barton, Francois Lintz, Ian Winson

    3. Stresses in the ankle joint and total ankle replacement design Review Article
    Rahul Kakkar, M.S. Siddique

    4. A review of the STAR prosthetic system and the biomechanical considerations in total ankle replacements Review Article
    Ajai Seth

    Original articles

    5. Vira® system—A minimally invasive technique for severe fractures of the calcaneus treatment with primary subtalar fusion: A preliminary report Original Research Article
    Felipe López-Oliva, Francisco Forriol, Tomás Sánchez-Lorente, Yolanda Aldomar Sanz

    6. Determination of optimal screw positioning in flexor hallucis longus tendon transfer for chronic tendoachilles rupture Original Research Article
    M.H. Arastu, R. Partridge, A. Crocombe, M. Solan

    7. Technique and results of arthroscopic treatment of posterior ankle impingement Original Research Article
    Mellany Galla, Philipp Lobenhoffer

    8. Posttraumatic impingement syndrome of the ankle—Indication and results of arthroscopic therapy Original Research Article
    Heino Arnold

    9. Thromboprophylaxis in elective foot and ankle patients—Current practice in the United Kingdom Original Research Article
    P.D. Hamilton, K. Hariharan, A.H.N. Robinson

    Case report
    10. Avulsion fracture of the medial malleolus following posterior tibialis tendon dislocation: A case report
    Jeremy Oakley, Alun Yewlett, Nilesh Makwana

    Online only case reports

    11. A case of ‘second rupture’ following open repair of a ruptured Achilles tendon
    P.R.P. Rushton, A.K. Singh, R.G. Deshmukh

    12. Osteochondroma of the calcaneus presenting as Haglund's deformity
    Hong-Geun Jung, John Alistair Carag, Jae-Yong Park, Eui-Jung Bae, So-Dug Lim, Han-Soo Kim

    13. Septic arthritis of the ankle due to Salmonella enteritidis
    Patrick F. Dineen, James A. Harty, A. Mark Dolan

    14. Intraosseous lipoma of the calcaneus mimicking plantar fascitis
    K. Karthik, S. Aarthi

    15. Hallux valgus interphalangeus and a novel mutation in HOXA13. Part of the broadening spectrum of Hand-Foot-Genital syndrome
    L. Parker, J. Mangwani, E. Wakeling, D. Singh

    16. Dorsal dislocation of the first metatarsophalangeal joint associated with fractured second metatarsal head
    Rachid Chafik, Jamal Bouslous, Hanane Elhaoury, Halim Saidi, Tarik Fikry

    17. Black bone disease of the foot. Minocycline related pigmentation
    S.D. Middleton, R.E. Anakwe, J.C. McKinley

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