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Page: Foot and Ankle - Instructions for Authors (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Please remember to use the most standard name of the condition as the title. This will improve a person’s ability to search for topics and find your article on the web and within the OrthopaedicsOne w…
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Page: Fungal infections 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: Grand Rapids Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan Foot and Ankle Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Harvard Foot and Ankle Fellowship Program (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Hospital for Special Surgery Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship (OrthopaedicsOne Fellowships)

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Page: Inflammatory arthritis in 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: Interphalangeal articulations of the foot (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
The interphalangeal articulations of the foot are the joints between the phalanges of the toes. They are ginglymoid (hinge) joints, and each has a plantar and two collateral ligaments. In the arrangem…
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Page: Joints of the foot (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Lisfranc joint Ankle joint Interphalangeal articulations
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Page: Lisfranc Fracture (Tarsometatarsal Joint) (OrthopaedicsOne Review)
Mechanism Direct blow or crush Indirect force: windsurfers or horseback rider who's foot gets caught in stirrup secondary to axial load on a plantarflexed foot Anatomy Bones The base of the second met…
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Page: Lisfranc joint (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
The Lisfranc joint (or complex) joins the midfoot to the forefoot. This complex comprises the articulation of the five metatarsals and the three cuneiforms medially and the cuboid laterally. Figure 1.…
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