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  • Evaluation of Long-term Outcomes Following Plantar Fasciotomy. [Journal Article]
  • FAFoot Ankle Int 2018 Aug 01; :1071100718788546
  • Gibbons R, Mackie KE, … Ammon P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Long-term patient satisfaction was experienced by the majority of patients following plantar fasciotomy. Although 44% of patients continue to have postoperative complaints, 73% indicated that they were satisfied with their symptoms postoperatively, and 74% would undergo a similar procedure again.
  • Incidence of calcaneal apophysitis in Northwest Istanbul. [Journal Article]
  • BMBMC Musculoskelet Disord 2018 Jul 27; 19(1):267
  • Ceylan HH, Caypinar B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although calcaneal apophysitis is a relatively common paediatric foot problem, due to its benign course and spontaneous healing capacity, most physicians are not interested in this topic. However, increased awareness of this diagnosis is important for reducing the rates of unnecessary radiological examinations and orthopaedic referrals. With increased knowledge, most cases may be diagnosed at the family physician level, which may decrease the economic burden on the health system. Incidence reports from various countries and regions may be published in the future.
  • ALTERED SAGITTAL PLANE HIP BIOMECHANICS IN ADOLESCENT MALE DISTANCE RUNNERS WITH A HISTORY OF LOWER EXTREMITY INJURY. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Sports Phys Ther 2018; 13(3):441-452
  • Lachniet PB, Taylor-Haas JA, … Ford KR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study demonstrate increased peak stance phase hip flexion in a population of young adult male runners with a previous history of BSI. This association may represent an important preliminary finding in the development of a clinically relevant tool to identify risk of BSI. Due to the retrospective nature of this study, future prospective investigations are warranted to validate these findings to determine if these alterations are compensatory following an injury or predictive of a future injury.
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