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Accessory Navicular (8)
Internet resources relating to Accessory Navicular.
MeSH Search Term "Tarsal Bones/abnormalities"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q66.9 Congenital deformity of feet, unspecified *Pain in the anomalous bone is the problem not the actual anatomy
SNOMED-CT Term Accessory navicular bone of foot (disorder) Concept ID: 109423001
Ganglia of the Foot (2)
Resources relating to Ganglia of the Foot
MeSH Search Term "ganglion"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M67.4 Ganglion
SNOMED-CT Term Ganglion of foot (disorder) Concept ID: 297194001
Hallux Rigidus (8)
Hallux Rigidus A condition caused by degenerative arthritis of the metatarsophalangeal joint of the great toe and characterized by pain and limited dorsiflexion, but relatively unrestricted plantar flexion.
MeSH Search Term "Hallux Rigidus"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M20.2 Hallux rigidus
SNOMED-CT Term Acquired hallux rigidus (disorder) Concept ID: 6654000
Synonyms - Acquired hallux rigidus
Hallux rigidus
HR - Hallux rigidus
Hallux limitus
Rigidity of 1st MTP joint
Hallux rigidus - acquired
HL - Hallux limitus
Acquired hallux rigidus (disorder)
Heel Spur (3)
Resources Relating to Heel Spur A bony outgrowth on the lower surface of the Calcaneus. Though often presenting along with plantar fasciitis, they are not considered causally related.
MeSH Search Term "Heel Spur"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M77.3 Calcaneal spur
SNOMED-CT Term Calcaneal spur (disorder) Concept ID: 55260003
Ingrowing Toenail (10)
Resources relating to Ingrowing Toenail or onychocryptosis. Excessive lateral nail growth into the nail fold. Because the lateral margin of the nail acts as a foreign body, inflammation and granulation may result.
MeSH Search Term "Nails, Ingrown"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code L60.0 Ingrowing nail
SNOMED-CT Term Ingrowing toenail (disorder) Concept ID: 400200009
Synonyms - Ingrowing toenail (disorder)
Ingrowing toenail
Ingrown toenail
Embedded toenail
IGTN - Ingrowing toenail
Metatarsalgia (9)
Metatarsalgia Pain in the region of the metatarsus (MTP joint region).
MeSH Search Term "Metatarsalgia"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M77.4 Metatarsalgia
SNOMED-CT Term Metatarsalgia (finding) Concept ID: 10085004
Metatarsophalangeal Instability (5)
Internet Resources relating to Metatarsophalangeal Instability
MeSH Search Term "Joint Instability"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code S93.5 Sprain and strain of toe(s)
SNOMED-CT Term Complete tear, metatarsophalangeal ligament (disorder) Concept ID: 209640003
Mortons Neuroma (12)
Interdigital Neuroma
MeSH Search Term "neuroma"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code G57.8 Other mononeuropathies of lower limb
SNOMED-CT Term Morton's metatarsalgia (disorder) Concept ID: 30085007
Synonyms - Morton's metatarsalgia
Morton's neuralgia
Morton's neuroma
Morton's toe
Morton's disease
Interdigital neuralgia
Interdigital neuroma
Morton metatarsalgia
Morton neuroma
Morton's metatarsalgia (disorder)
Neuropathic Foot (13)
Charcot Foot.Neuropathic Foot. Chronic progressive degeneration of the stress-bearing portion of a joint, with bizarre hypertrophic changes at the periphery.
MeSH Search Term "Arthropathy, Neurogenic"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M14.6 Neuropathic arthropathy
SNOMED-CT Term Arthropathy of the ankle AND/OR foot associated with a neurological disorder (disorder) Concept ID: 430428000
Osteoarthritis of the Foot (6)
Resources relating to OA of the foot.
MeSH Search Term "Osteoarthritis"[mesh] AND "foot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M19 [7] Other arthrosis [foot]
SNOMED-CT Term Degenerative joint disease of ankle AND/OR foot (disorder) Concept ID: 82300000
Synonyms - Degenerative joint disease of ankle AND/OR foot
Degenerative joint disease of ankle AND/OR foot (disorder)
Osteoarthritis - ankle and/or foot
Osteoarthritis - ankle/foot
Plantar Fasciitis (14)
Resources relating to Plantar Fasciitis
MeSH Search Term "Fasciitis, Plantar"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M72.2 Plantar fascial fibromatosis
SNOMED-CT Term Plantar fasciitis (disorder) Concept ID: 202882003
Rheumatoid Foot (6)
Foot Conditions in Rheumatoid Arthritis and allied conditions.
MeSH Search Term "Arthritis, Rheumatoid"[mesh] AND "foot"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M05 [7] Seropositive rheumatoid arthritis [foot/ankle]
SNOMED-CT Term Rheumatoid arthritis of ankle and/or foot (disorder) Concept ID: 287008006
Sesamoiditis (12)
Resources relating to sesamoid problems in the feet.
MeSH Search Term "Sesamoid Bones/Pathology"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code N/A
SNOMED-CT Term Sesamoiditis (disorder) Concept ID: 74773005
Sinus Tarsi Syndrome (10)
Resources relating to Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
MeSH Search Term "Tarsal Bones"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code N/A
SNOMED-CT Term N/a
Subungual Exostosis (10)
Resources relating to Subungual Exostosis
MeSH Search Term "Exostosis"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code L60.8 Other nail disorders
SNOMED-CT Term Subungual exostosis (disorder) Concept ID: 26904005
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (10)
Resources relating to Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Entrapment of the distal branches of the posterior tibial nerve.
MeSH Search Term "Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code G57.5 Tarsal tunnel syndrome
SNOMED-CT Term Tarsal tunnel syndrome (disorder) Concept ID: 47374004

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Foot and ankle surgery in Australia

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Foot and ankle surgery in Australia: a descriptive analysis of the Medicare Benefits Schedule database, 1997-2006
Hylton B Menz, Mark F Gilheany and Karl B Landorf Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2008, 1:10
Foot and ankle problems are highly prevalent in the general community and a substantial proportion of people seek surgical treatment to alleviate foot pain and deformity. However, the epidemiology of foot and ankle surgery has not been examined in detail. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine patterns and costs of private sector foot surgery provision in Australia.

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AAOS 1999 Symposium M Updates on Common Problems of the Foot and Ankle

Archive Copy - 1999 Annual Meeting Scientific Program. Updates on Common Problems of the Foot and Ankle

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Accessory Ossicles and Sesamoid Bones Spectrum of Pathology and Imaging Evaluation

The authors describe a spectrum of accessory ossicle and sesamoid pathology and suggest appropriate imaging modalities. While they are considered to be normal anatomic variants, accessory ossicle and sesamoid bones may help to identify the source of patient symptomatology. The recognition of key imaging findings can help radiologists determine whether or not clinical symptoms are associated with these structures.
Sesamoid bones evaluated include - # Os Acromiale # Os Styloideum (Carpal Boss) # Sesamoid Bones of the Hand # Patella # Os Trigonum # Os calcaneus secundarius # Accessory Navicular (Os Tibiale Externum, Os Naviculare Secundarium) # Os Peroneum # Os Intermetatarseum # Hallux Sesamoids
Dr. Kalantari; Dr. Seeger; Dr. Chow; Dr. Motamedi Applied Radiology. 2007;36(10):28-37

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Ankle and Foot Conditions Part 1

Ankleandfoot site includes the following topics: - Accessory Bones - Achilles tendinosis - Ankle Varus - Ankle Valgus - AVN - Navicular - AVN - Talus - Bipartate Cuneiform - Calcific Achilles - Charcot arthropathy - Hallux Limitus - Hallux Rigidus - Hallux Valgus - Juvenile Hallux Valgus - Juvenile Hallux Varus - Peroneal Tendon
Podiatry Education site

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East Lancashire Foot and Ankle Hyperbook

The Hyperbook is an evidence-based resource for education in foot and ankle surgery. It’s mainly aimed at UK orthopaedic trainees, although other professionals and the public have told us they find it helpful.
Our main goals are:
* to provide reference material for orthopaedic and other trainees in foot and ankle surgery
* to explain principles and concepts clearly
* to make it clear why we say what we do
* to promote evidence-based practice (Successor to Blackburn Hyperbook)

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Evaluation of pediatric foot and ankle pain

Review for the generalist: evaluation of pediatric foot and ankle pain Kristin M Houghton Pediatric Rheumatology 2008, 6:6 Abstract & link to free full text
Foot and ankle pain is common in children and adolescents. Problems are usually related to skeletal maturity and are fairly specific to the age of the child. Evaluation and management is challenging and requires a thorough history and physical exam, and understanding of the pediatric skeleton. This article will review common causes of foot and ankle pain in the pediatric population.

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Foot and Ankle Resources Orthoteers

Major resource on Foot and Ankle orthopaedics. Requires registration

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Foot Infections eMedicine Orthopedics

Foot infections can be difficult problems for physicians to treat due to the biomechanical complexities of the extremity and the underlying circumstances that cause the infections. Typically, they follow a traumatic event or tissue loss with contamination by foreign materials and/or colonization by bacteria. When a healthy patient or one without metabolic or peripheral vascular disease (PVD) presents with pedal infections, a traumatic process usually is involved. However, the more common presentation is that of a patient whose health is compromised with a metabolic or peripheral vascular defect that complicates optimum successful treatment.
Synonyms and related keywords: soft tissue infections of the foot, cellulitis, paronychia, puncture wounds, fungal pedal infections, viral pedal infections, bacterial pedal infections, diabetic foot infections, diabetic foot ulcers, peripheral vascular disease, PVD, burn wounds, degloving injuries, crush injuries, gun shot wounds, lawn mower injuries, necrotizing fasciitis, gas gangrene, clostridial myonecrosis, bone infections in the foot, acute osteomyelitis, chronic osteomyelitis
Stephen M Schroeder, DPM & Peter Blume, DPM 2005

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Foot Menu Wheeless

Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics

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Heel Pain Differential Diagnosis The Bone School

Inclusive list of conditions that might cause heel pain in children and adults.

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Madura Foot

Radiology for the surgeon: Musculoskeletal case 40 M. Al-Heidous, P.L. Munk Can J Surg, Vol. 50, No. 6, December 2007
A 35-year-old male patient was referred to the orthopedic clinic complaining of right foot swelling. Clinical examina- tion revealed diffuse nontender foot swelling associated with multiple discharg- ing sinuses.

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OrthoBullets Foot and Ankle Section

Topics in Foot and Ankle Surgery listed in the left hand panel. Initial topic Foot and Ankle BioMechanics

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Peroneal Tendon Conditions The Bone School

notes on Dislocation & Peroneal Tendonitis / Tendonopathy

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Peroneal Tendon Pathology eMedicine Orthopedics

Problems may arise in either of the tendons alone, or both may be involved with subluxation. The hallmark of disorders of the peroneal tendons is laterally based ankle or foot pain. Whether the problem is tendinous degeneration or subluxation, the clinical manifestation is pain. With time, loss of eversion strength may occur.
Problems arising with the peroneus longus include tenosynovitis and tendinous disruption (acute or chronic). The os peroneum may be involved with the degenerative process or as a singular disorder and can be fractured or fragmented. Longitudinal tears of the peroneus longus are uncommon but have been reported.
Longitudinal tears of the tendon are the most common problem seen with the peroneus brevis tendon. These may be single or multiple. Tendinitis and tenosynovitis also may occur.
Subluxation of both peroneal tendons may occur following an acute traumatic episode or may be of a more chronic nature.
Synonyms and related keywords: disorders of the peroneal tendons, peroneal tendon subluxation, peroneus brevis disorders, disruptions of the peroneus longus, disruptions of the peroneus brevis, fractured os peroneum, fragmented os peroneum, longitudinal tears of the peroneus longus, peroneus brevis tears, longitudinal tears of the peroneus brevis tendon, ankle sprain, primary peroneus longus tendinopathy, peroneus longus rupture, ankle pain, foot pain, tendon rupture, tenosynovitis
Hort & DeOrio 2005 Updated: Apr 23, 2010

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Pigmented villonodular synovitis in both hindfeet

Pigmented villonodular synovitis (PVNS) is a proliferation of the syn- ovium that leads to villous or nodular changes of synovial-lined joints, bursae and tendon sheaths.1 It is rare and likely caused by either an inflammatory response or neoplastic formation of the synovium. Both the extra- and the intra-articular types appear in a nodular-localized and villous- diffuse variant. It usually affects single joints only, and bilateral involvement is extremely rare.
Krause et al Can J Surg, Vol. 52, No. 2, April 2009 E37

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