Management of the Recurrent Deformity in a Flexible Foot Following Failure of Tendon Transfer: Is Arthrodesis Necessary?

Johnson and Strom, as well as other authors, described a classification system for adult-acquired flatfoot deformity, which was later modified by Myerson and colleagues. The classification is helpful as it relates to directing treatment. Broadly speaking, stages I and II represent flexible flatfoot deformities, while stages III and IV represent more severe fixed deformities.

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Management of the Recurrent Deformity in a Flexible Foot Following Failure of Tendon Transfer: Is Arthrodesis Necessary?

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