The Importance of the First Ray: Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
Lawrence A. Ford
Elsevier - Health Sciences Division, Jun 26, 2009 - Medical - 351 pages
Dr. Lawrence Ford has developed an issue focusing on the importance of the first ray in podiatric medicine and treatments. The list of topics include: "Normal and Abnormal Mechanics of the First Ray," "The Versatility of the Lapidus Arthrodesis," "The Argument for Osteotomies," "Fine Tuning Bunion Surgery," "First MTPJ Fusion," "The First Ray and Flatfoot Surgery," and more!
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Naviculocuneiform Arthrodesis for Treatment of Medial Column lnstability
The lmpact of the First Ray in the Cavovarus Foot
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alignment arch arthroplasty arthrosis biomechanical Bone Joint Surg bunion bunionectomy cavus chevron osteotomy Christensen JC Clin Orthop Clin Podiatr clinical correction of hallux Coughlin MJ cuneiform dorsal dorsiflexion extensor FACFAS foot and ankle Foot Ankle Clin Foot Ankle lnt Foot Ankle Surg forefoot function fusion hallucis hallux rigidus hallux valgus deformity hallux valgus surgery Hansen ST hindfoot hypermobility instability intermetatarsal angle joint arthrodesis Lapidus arthrodesis Lapidus procedure lateral lesser metatarsal load locking plate longus malunion medial column medial eminence meta metatarsal base metatarsal head metatarsal osteotomy metatarsalgia metatarsocuneiform metatarsophalangeal joint metatarsus primus varus modified Lapidus Morton MTPJ nonunion Orthopedics osseous patients plantar plantar aponeurosis plantar fascia plantarflex plantarflexion Podiatr Med Surg posterior tibial tendon postoperative preoperative radiographs realignment resection sagittal plane screw second metatarsal sesamoid severe hallux valgus soft tissue stability subluxation subtalar joint surgeons surgical tarsal tarsometatarsal joint technique tendon transverse plane treatment of hallux weight-bearing