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Page: Advanced Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Allegheny General Hospital Foot and Ankle Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: ASMI Foot and Ankle Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Baylor University Medical Center Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Brown University Foot and Ankle Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Calcaneus (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Name of bone Calcaneus (Latin: Os calcis) Location/Articulation The calcaneus is the largest of the tarsal bones, constituting the heel. The calcaneus is situated at the lower and back part of the foo…
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Page: Calcaneus Fractures (OrthopaedicsOne Review)
Mechanism Fall from a height in 80-90% 10% are associated with lumbar spine fractures Fractures are bilateral in 5 - 10% Associated with other lower limb injuries in 25% Classification Extra-articular…
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Page: Cavovarus foot (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Introduction The term cavus is a descriptor of the shape of the foot that includes a higher-than-average arch. It is part of a continuum of foot shape that includes a low arch and a neutral arch in wh…
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Page: Cerebral palsy of the foot (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
  Introduction Anatomy Biomechanics Clinical Presentation Pathogenesis Classification (Staging) Physical Examination Imaging Conservative Treatment Operative Treatment Controversy References
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Page: Charcot foot (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Introduction In spite of the massive amount of health system resource consumption directly attributed to diabetic foot morbidity, a 1999 Diabetic Medicine editorial noted that only 3% of 6,661 clinica…
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