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Biomechanics Textbooks and Reviews

BIOMECHANICS Textbooks & Reviews Albert SF, Curran SA, FCPodMed FF. Lower Extremity Biomechanics: Theory and Practice Volume 1. Bipedmed, LLC; 2018. Kirby KA. Foot and lower extremity biomechanics: A ten year collection of precision intricast newsletters. Precision Intricast, Incorporated; 1997. Richie Jr DH. Pathomechanics of Common Foot Disorders. 2020 Scherer PR, Kirby KA, Choate C, Huppin LZ, Walters LL. Recent advances in orthotic therapy: improving clinical outcomes with a pathology-specific approach. Lower Extremity Review LLC; 2011. Shapiro J, editor. Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity, An Issue of Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery E-Book. [...]

By |2023-05-01T03:54:01+00:00May 1, 2023|0 Comments

October Q&A

Your Content Goes Here HPI 85 y/o non-diabetic female presented to the clinic complaining of a painless, rapidly growing mass to her left leg. No recent medication changes, traveling or chemical exposures. She lives in Florida and walks outside for daily exercise. Past Medical History COPD, hyperlipidemia, PAD Past Family / Surgical History Non-contributory Physical Exam The left leg exam is positive for: Firm, non-tender and rubrous nodule noted to antero-medial leg Nodule measures 2.5 x 3cm, projecting approximately 1cm above the skin surface No erythema, callor or drainage noted to the mass WHAT'S [...]

By |2022-11-14T19:09:25+00:00October 14, 2022|0 Comments

September Q&A

Your Content Goes Here Author: Mike Casteel, DPM, FACPM, FAPWHc   HPI 50 y/o male presented to the clinic with a complaint of a “thickened fingernail, right pointer finger”, present for approximately 2 years. Patient relates no history of trauma to the nail and no previous skin cancer. Occupation: accountant. Past Medical History Hypertension Past Family / Surgical History Non-contributory Physical Exam The right 2nd fingernail is positive for Xanthonychia Longitudinal over-curvature of the nail plate "Honey-comb” appearance of the distal aspect of the nail plate Splinter hemorrhaging WHAT'S YOUR DIAGNOSIS? [...]

By |2022-09-26T22:09:40+00:00September 16, 2022|0 Comments


Your Content Goes Here Authors: Nicole Branning, DPM, FACFAS, DABPMA, FACPM Sindhu Srinivas, DPM, MS A 51-year old male presented to the clinic for consultation of a soft tissue mass of the right lower extremity [Figure 1]. Patient reported an insidious onset of tissue growth over one month’s duration, denying precipitous injury and without pain, ulceration, or similar tissue growth systemically. Plain film [Figure 2] and MRI imaging failed to demonstrate periosteal reaction or associated bony change while MRI [Figures 3-5] revealed a 2.0cm x 2.0cm well-circumscribed soft tissue tumor of the medial ankle with predominant [...]

By |2022-09-26T21:55:47+00:00September 13, 2022|0 Comments
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