Foot and Ankle Online Journal

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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Ilizarov method of fixation for the management of pilon and distal tibial fractures in the compromised diabetic patient: A technique guide.

June 30, 2014

by Edgardo Rodriguez, DPM1, Michael Bowen, DPM2, Alexander Cherkashin, MD3, Mikhail Samchukov, MD4, Stephen Frania, DPM FACFAS5, Paul Dayton, DPM FACFAS6, Patrick Nelson, DPM7 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 6 The purpose of this technique guide is … Continue reading →

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Clinical and radiological evaluation of unidirectional porous hydroxyapatite (Regenos®) for intra-articular calcaneal fracture with large bone defect

June 30, 2014

by Akira Ikumi MD1, Masashi Iwasashi MD2, Toshiki Muramatsu MD2, Sayori Li MD2, Mika Hangai MD2, Masataka Sakane MD1 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 5 Background: Although plate-and-screw fixation provides strong support for the surgical treatment of … Continue reading →

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Therapeutic approach for toenail onychomycosis: Literature review and cost-effectiveness analysis

June 30, 2014

by Antonio Córdoba-Fernández DP PhD1, Priscila Távara-Vidalón DP2, María José Mandredi-Márquez DP3 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 7 (2): 3 Toenail onychomycosis is a very prevailing pathology (50% of the onycopathologies) with rather high rates of failure and relapse.  … Continue reading →

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