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  • Radiographic and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Symptomatic Synthetic Cartilage Implant. [Journal Article]
    Foot Ankle Int 2019; :1071100719877147An TW, Cassinelli S, … Thordarson DB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Radiographic loss of MTP joint space and progression of arthritis were present for all cases studied. MRI revealed bony channel widening and a smaller implant, with peri-implant fluid suggesting instability at the implant-bone interface. Persistent edema was observed in soft tissues and bone. Diagnostic imaging of SCI in symptomatic patients demonstrated concerning findings that merit further correlation with patient outcomes.
  • StatPearls: Anatomy, Bony Pelvis and Lower Limb, Foot [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Ficke Jennifer J Uniformed Services Un Byerly Doug W. DW Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences BOOK
  • The foot is a complex anatomic structure composed of numerous bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons responsible for the complex coordinated movements of gait and our ability to stand upright. By definition, the foot is the lower extremity distal to the ankle joint. The ankle joint (sometimes referred to as the tibiotalar joint) is the result of the assembly of the talus and the recess fo…
  • Interobserver Analysis of Standard Foot and Ankle Radiographic Angles. [Journal Article]
    J Foot Ankle Surg 2019Gibboney MD, LaPorta GA, Dreyer MA
  • Standard foot and ankle radiographs have long been studied and averages formulated in an attempt to provide a common framework for understanding the relationships of the foot and ankle, not only for surgical planning but also to determine normal versus abnormal relationships. The authors describe 8 angles measured on 100 patients by up to 18 observers (4 attending physicians, 12 residents, and 2 …
  • Surgical treatment of iatrogenic hallux varus. [Review]
    Orthop Traumatol Surg Res 2019Leemrijse T, Devos Bevernage B
  • Iatrogenic hallux varus is a dreaded complication of hallux valgus surgery, consisting in 1st-ray deformity in the form of medial malalignment of the 1st phalanx with respect to the metatarsal axis. Such over-correction results from imbalance between excessive medial capsule retraction or tensioning and excessive lateral laxity or soft-tissue release. There may be loss of medial stability of bone…
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