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  • Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Staging, and Imaging Findings. [Journal Article]
    Radiographics 2019 Sep-Oct; 39(5):1437-1460Flores DV, Mejía Gómez C, … Pathria MN
  • Adult acquired flatfoot deformity (AAFD) is a common disorder that typically affects middle-aged and elderly women, resulting in foot pain, malalignment, and loss of function. The disorder is initiated most commonly by degeneration of the posterior tibialis tendon (PTT), which normally functions to maintain the talonavicular joint at the apex of the three arches of the foot. PTT degeneration enco…
  • Body Weight Effects on Extra-Osseous Subtalar Arthroereisis. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Med 2019; 8(9)Hsieh CH, Lee CC, … Wang TM
  • Implant extrusion in subtalar arthroereisis is a common complication for pediatric flexible flatfoot. However, there were a limited number of articles addressing the body weight effects on implant extrusion after the procedure. We conducted a 24-month follow-up assessment after subtalar arthroereisis. Surgical patients who underwent the Vulpius procedure were retrospectively collected from May 20…
  • Skeletal kinematics of the midtarsal joint during walking: Midtarsal joint locking revisited. [Journal Article]
    J Biomech 2019; :109287Phan CB, Shin G, … Koo S
  • The kinematics of the human foot complex have been investigated to understand the weight bearing mechanism of the foot. This study aims to investigate midtarsal joint locking during walking by noninvasively measuring the movements of foot bones using a high-speed bi-planar fluoroscopic system. Eighteen healthy subjects volunteered for the study; the subjects underwent computed tomography imaging …
  • Incidental discovery of isolated talonavicular coalition: Report of two cases. [Case Reports]
    Radiol Case Rep 2019; 14(9):1156-1158Lewis SD, Chew FS
  • Tarsal coalitions may cause altered foot biomechanics leading to patient disability from osteoarthritis and other sequelae. While some types of coalition are common, isolated talonavicular coalitions are relatively rare. We present two cases of osseous talonavicular coalition that were incidentally discovered in adults and were most likely asymptomatic. Talonavicular coalition may have a heredita…
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