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Podiatric radiology

Robert M Yoho, Vassilios Vardaxis, Kelsey Millonig
BACKGROUND: Student self-assessment is viewed as an important tool in medical education. We sought to identify the relationship between student academic performance and third-year clinical performance self-assessment. No such study exists in podiatric medical education. METHODS: Third-year podiatric medical students from the classes of 2012 through 2014 completed a self-assessment of their performance for each of five broad clinical podiatric medical domains (Professionalism, Medicine, Radiology, Surgery, and Biomechanics/Orthopedics)...
May 2016: Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
Zachary Rubin, Kristine Blackham
PURPOSE: This study describes the state of preclinical radiology curricula in North American allopathic, osteopathic, and podiatric medical schools. METHODS: An online survey of teaching methods, radiology topics, and future plans was developed. The Associations of American Medical Colleges, Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, and Colleges of Podiatric Medicine listing for all US, Canadian, and Puerto Rican schools was used for contact information for directors of anatomy and/or radiology courses...
April 2015: Journal of the American College of Radiology: JACR
Roger J Bartolotta, Jared C McCullion, Lily M Belfi, Keith D Hentel
Mueller-Weiss syndrome (MWS), or spontaneous osteonecrosis of the tarsal navicular in adults, is a rare cause of chronic medial midfoot pain. MWS has been described in orthopedic, podiatric, and radiologic literature without consensus agreement on its pathophysiology and treatment. We present the radiographic and magnetic resonance imaging of a case of MWS with reference to navicular biomechanical stressors and potential pathogenesis.
November 2014: Clinical Imaging
Jeffrey W Olin, David E Allie, Michael Belkin, Robert O Bonow, Donald E Casey, Mark A Creager, Thomas C Gerber, Alan T Hirsch, Michael R Jaff, John A Kaufman, Curtis A Lewis, Edward T Martin, Louis G Martin, Peter Sheehan, Kerry J Stewart, Diane Treat-Jacobson, Christopher J White, Zhi-Jie Zheng, Frederick A Masoudi, Robert O Bonow, Elizabeth DeLong, John P Erwin, David C Goff, Kathleen Grady, Lee A Green, Paul A Heidenreich, Kathy J Jenkins, Ann R Loth, Eric D Peterson, David M Shahian
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December 2010: Vascular Medicine
Timothy C Ford, Kevin Brown, Trinity Mereau, David Seligson
A single prospective group study in adults was performed using a new bioabsorbable screw, the NuGen Fx screw (Linvatec Biomaterials Ltd, Tampere, Finland). This multisite study included five sites and 50 patients (10 patients per site). The goal of this study was to evaluate the efficiency and safety of the NuGen Fx screw system in the fixation of osteotomies, arthrodeses, and fractures in the foot and ankle. We discuss our own results from 12 patients treated at the Kentucky Podiatric Residency Program at Norton Audubon Hospital, Louisville...
January 2006: Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
Bauer E Sumpio, Taeseung Lee, Peter A Blume
Findings of diminished or absent pulses, pallor on elevation, redness of the foot on lowering of the leg, sluggish refilling of the toe capillaries, and thickened nails or absence of toe hair are consistent with impaired arterial perfusion to the foot. When ischemia is recognized as contributing to pedal ulceration and infection in the diabetic foot, quantitation of its severity may be difficult. Standard clinical evaluation of trophic changes is limited in an infected foot with its accompanying swelling, edema, and erythema...
October 2003: Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
L Osher, L Lembach, T S Brooks, L Failor
Rickets is a pediatric disorder not commonly encountered by physicians in the US. Nevertheless, the podiatric physician should be aware that it persists and may exist in children who initially present with gait disturbances or failure to thrive. By using routine plain film radiography of the child's foot, the podiatric physician can screen one of the child's most rapid sites of secondary osseous growth, ie, the distal tibia. A brief overview of the rachitic and osteomalacic disorders is presented, followed by a discussion centered primarily on the plain film radiologic diagnosis of rickets...
June 1996: Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
H W Reese, L Smith, H B Ayvazian
The clinical case presented in this article demonstrates the necessity of prompt treatment of suspicious mass lesions and highlights the importance of always sending tissue specimens for proper evaluation. In this case, the prognosis was directly related to extent of the disease. Delaying treatment or improper treatment could easily mean the difference between life and death. When a highly aggressive rhabdomyosarcoma is encountered, a planned formal excision with adequate margins is mandatory to achieve optimal results...
October 1993: Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
P M Kell
OBJECTIVE: To report a method of radiographically assessing the presence of the posterior calcaneus subluxation involved in cases of unresponsive plantar fasciitis. Complete resolution of pain occurred following short lever manipulative procedures directed at the calcaneus. CLINICAL FEATURES: Two cases of plantar fasciitis which previously had received comprehensive podiatric treatment were referred for chiropractic assessment. Bilateral radiographs of the lateral feet were compared...
June 1994: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
I H Block
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June 1977: Journal of the American Podiatry Association
I H Block
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July 1977: Journal of the American Podiatry Association
M J Diamond
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January 1978: Journal of the American Podiatry Association
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