Foot and Ankle Online Journal

Acral lentiginous melanoma: A case and literature review

March 31, 2015

by Kinna A Patel, DPM1, and Anthony J Ferraro, DPM2 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 8 (1): 1 Acral lentiginous melanoma (ALM) of the foot and ankle is an aggressive variant of melanoma. More prevalent in patients with darker … Continue reading →

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Giant conventional schwannoma of the foot: A case report

December 31, 2014

by Low Chin Aun, MBBS; Agus Iwan Foead, MS Orth The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (4): 3 Schwannomas, also known as neurilemmoma, are amongst the most common tumors arising from peripheral nerves. It usually presents as a solitary … Continue reading →

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Foot arch height and rigidity index associated with balance and postural sway in elderly women using a 3D foot scanner

December 31, 2014

by Mahshid Saghazadeh1, Kenji Tsunoda2, Tomohiro Okura1 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (4): 1 Background:  The maintenance of balance is a complex phenomenon that is influenced by a range of sensorimotor factors. Foot arch height index (AHI) and … Continue reading →

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Effects of foot orthoses on kinetics and tibiocalcaneal kinematics in recreational runners

September 30, 2014

by Sinclair, J1 Isherwood J1 and Taylor PJ2 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (3): 3 Epidemiological studies analysing the prevalence of running injuries suggest that chronic injuries are a prominent complaint. Foot orthoses have been advocated for the … Continue reading →

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Post-surgical plantar fasciitis

June 30, 2014

Post-surgical plantar fasciitis Priya P. Sundararajan The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 4 Quote: Current evidence suggest that plantar fasciitis is multi-factorial in etiology

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Early mobilization in bilateral talar fractures

June 30, 2014

by Mario Cala DPM1, Kristina Barreiro DPM1, Hany Jeffry DPM1. The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 9 Bilateral fractures of the talus can be considered extremely rare

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Tibiocalcaneal kinematics during treadmill and overground running

June 30, 2014

by Jonathan Sinclair1, Paul J Taylor2 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 8 Epidemiological studies analyzing the prevalence of running injuries suggest that overuse injuries are a prominent complaint for both recreational and competitive runners. Excessive coronal and … Continue reading →

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Differences in multi-segment foot kinematics measured using skin and shoe mounted markers

June 30, 2014

by Jonathan Sinclair1, PJ Taylor2, J Hebron3, N Chockalingam4 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 7 Models with three segments have been implemented in order to represent the movement of the foot in a comprehensive way during walking … Continue reading →

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