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In reply: Hawkins’s classification of the lateral process fractures of the talus: A letter to the Editor

May 22, 2012

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Renaud Maes

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Effects of foot orthoses: How important is the practitioner?

May 22, 2012

Foot orthoses are commonly used in the treatment of numerous lower limb problems, pains and injuries. Whilst many studies report their positive effects, and most practitioners would confirm those findings, the available information appears to be anecdotal

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How many joints does the 5th toe have? A review of 606 patients of 655 foot radiographs

May 18, 2012

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Lawrence Stephen Moulton, Seema Prasad, Robert G. Lamb, Siva P

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Static and dynamic foot characteristics in children aged 1-13 years: A cross-sectional study

May 15, 2012

The aim of this study was to acquire static and dynamic foot geometry and loading in childhood, and to establish data for age groups of a population of 1–13 year old infants and children. A total of 10,382 children were recruited and 7788 children (48 percemt males and 52 percent females) were finally included into the data analysis. For static foot geometry foot length and foot width were quantified in a standing position.

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Midfoot arthritis: Diagnosis and treatment

May 10, 2012

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery N.

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Arthroscopic resection of calcaneonavicular coalition/malunion via a modified sinus tarsi approach: An early case series

May 9, 2012

Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Ashok K. Singh, Stephen W.

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Measuring medial longitudinal arch deformation during gait: A reliability study

May 8, 2012

Clinical evaluation of medial longitudinal arch deformation during walking gait is often estimated from static measures of e.g.

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The effect of a long-distance run on plantar pressure distribution during running

May 1, 2012

The purpose of this study was to assess plantar pressure alterations after long-distance running. Prior to and after a 20 km run, force distribution underneath the feet of 52 participants was registered using Footscan pressure plates while the participants ran shod at a constant self-selected pace.

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