The Akron dome midfoot osteotomy as a salvage procedure for the treatment of rigid pes cavus: a retrospective review.
In the early 1970s, the Akron dome osteotomy was developed as a salvage surgical option to manage rigid cavus deformity of the foot. This study represents an updated review of surgical cases between 1972 and 2001 constituting 89 patients representing 139 feet who were followed at least 2 years after the index operative procedure. Only cases achieving an unsatisfactory result followed less than 2 years were included.
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