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Foot and Ankle Clinics

Print ISSN
1083-7515
Electronic ISSN
1558-1934
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10837515
Usage rank
8650
Article count
646
Free count
1
Free percentage
0.00154799
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  1. Anatomy of the triceps surae: a pictorial essay.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 19(4):603 (2014) PMID 25456712

    Gastrocnemius contracture has recently gained relevance owing to its suggested relationship with foot disorders such as metatarsalgia, plantar fasciopathy, hallux valgus, and others. Consequently this has induced a renewed interest in surgical lengthening techniques, including proximal gastrocnemius...
  2. Subtalar Instability

    Foot and Ankle Clinics (1977)

    Subtalar instability is a common clinical entity. Clinicians should have a high index of suspicion of this diagnosis in patients who have been diagnosed with chronic lateral ankle instability but have failed standard management and have continued pain in the sinus tarsi. As with ankle inst...
  3. Subtalar Coalition in Pediatrics

    Foot and Ankle Clinics (1969)

    Subtalar tarsal coalition is an autosomal dominant developmental maldeformation that affects between 2% and 13% of the population. The most common locations are between the calcaneus and navicular and between the talus and calcaneus. If prolonged attempts at nonoperative management do not...
  4. Deceptions in hallux valgus: what to look for to limit failures.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 19(3):361 (2014) PMID 25129349

    The treatment of hallux valgus depends on multiple factors, including clinical examination, patient considerations, clinical findings, radiographic assessment, and surgeon preference. Appropriate procedure selection and proper technique will usually result in good-to-excellent outcomes. Complication...
  5. What is the role of tendon transfer in the cavus foot?

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 18(4):689 (2013) PMID 24215833

    Cavovarus deformity results from an imbalance of the foot's extrinsic musculature. Conditions leading to weakness of an isolated muscle result from nerve injury or sequelae of a compartment syndrome. When weakness of a muscle group presents, an underlying neurologic disorder must be suspected. Patie...
  6. Joint denervation and neuroma surgery as joint-preserving therapy for ankle pain.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 18(3):571 (2013) PMID 24008220

    Partial joint denervation or surgical neuroma therapy are alternative concepts to treat pain around the ankle joint that preserve joint function and relieve pain by interrupting neural pathways that transmit pain impulses from the joint to the brain. This review article summarizes the indication, an...
  7. Osteochondral lesions of the talus.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 18(1):xi (2013) PMID 23465955

  8. Total ankle replacement. Preface.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 17(4):xiii (2012) PMID 23158380

  9. Contributors
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    Foot and Ankle Clinics 16(3):iii (2011)

  10. Compartment syndrome and lower-limb fasciotomies in the combat environment.

    Foot and Ankle Clinics 15(1):41 (2010) PMID 20189116

    Prophylactic and therapeutic treatment of leg compartment syndrome with decompression by double-incision fasciotomy prevents progression of soft-tissue injury in high-energy trauma. This treatment is the standard of care in civilian trauma and combat settings. More controversial is the use of either...