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Passive and active ankle ROM in diabetes

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Oct 21, 2007.

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    The relationship between passive range of motion and range of motion during gait and plantar pressure measurements
    D. E. Turner, P. S. Helliwell, A. K. Burton and J. Woodburn
    Diabet. Med. 24, 1240 –1246 (2007)
     
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    What about subluxation of the hallux in diabetes in those with hallux abductovalgus? I always question the value of the measure of dorsiflexion of the hallux as an indicator of limited joint mobility in these cases and wonder if there is another indicator i should use
     
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