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Flatfeet
The term flatfeet (flatfoot) is used to describe a foot with a decreased or absent arch. Most cases of flatfeet are benign and never have a significant impact on the person or the activities in which... read more...
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Ganglionic Cyst
Ganglionic cysts (ganglion cysts) are fluid-filled cysts that are common on the lateral aspect of the ankle and on the top of the foot. Clinicians and surgeons believe that ganglionic cysts are derived... read more...
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Metatarsal Fracture
Metatarsal fractures present in two basic categories: stress fractures and traumatic fractures. Metatarsal stress fractures occur as the result of repetitive load applied to the bone in an amount or at... read more...
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Peroneal Tendonitis
Peroneal tendonitis is an inflammatory condition of the peroneus longus and/or peroneus brevis tendons. Peroneal tendonitis occurs as a result of acute or chronic overloading of one or both of the peroneal... read more...
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Plantar Fibromatosis
Plantar fibromatosis is a benign tumor specific to the plantar fascia. Plantar fibromatosis presents with firm, subdermal bumps, or nodules, that are found within the plantar fascia. The onset of plantar... read more...
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Pronation
Pronation is a term used to describe the arch of the foot becoming flat. A pronated foot is a flat foot. To pronate is the verb form of the word pronation and means that the foot is rolling in or flattening.... read more...
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Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) is the leading cause of acquired flatfoot in adults. The stages of PTTD include inflammation of the tendon, partial tear or complete tendon tear. The onset... read more...
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Saddle Bone Deformity
A saddle bone deformity, also known as a metatarsal cuneiform exostosis, is a prominence of bone that forms on the top of the foot above the arch. A saddle bone deformity occurs as a result of hypermobility... read more...
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Stress Fractures of the Foot
The term stress fracture describes a fracture that is the result of repetitive load (stress) and the failure of the bone to manage and heal the effects of that load. If a bone is unable to accommodate... read more...