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The joint preserving operation in patients with grade I and II hallux rigidus shows an increase of dorsiflexion and decrease of daily pain. The long-term follow-up shows a persistent pain reduction and satisfaction of the patients. Our results recommend a joint preserving operation in grade I and...
This report describes a case of a 10-year-old boy who received a distally based, pedicled medial plantar artery flap to cover a defect on the distal lateral side of his right foot. The defect resulted from amniotic constriction. The flap served as defect coverage and was kept viable solely by the...