Podiatry boards 2

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Podiatry boards 2
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2011-12-15 19:03:53
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Chapter 17 Heel conditions
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Heel conditions
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  1. What it typically injected into the plantar fascia?
    I think i have seen lots of KEnalog acetate. THis is a good time for me to remind you that acetates are insoluable and are typically not injected into joints.
  2. What does dish stand for? Where does new bone formation occur?
    Diffuse idiopathic skeletal Hyperostosis, The most bone growth occurs at the enthesis.
  3. You see bilateral heel spurs on x-ray, what is in your ddx? What should you ask your patient about in the history
    • RA, DISH, Reactive, acromegally, hyperparathyroid, AS.
    • Ask your patient about sexual activity.
  4. the most commonly organisms are: Chlamydia trachomatis, Yersinia, Salmonella, Shigella and Campylobacter, and perhaps Clostridium difficile and Chlamydia pneumoniae
  5. There is a crazy guy jiggling money in his pocket here in the library.
    I can't stop laughing
  6. surgery for a neurolysis of baxters nerve would cause what motor sequelae?
    Loss of abduction of the 5th digit
  7. You are removing a retrocalcaneal spur and have detaced 40 % of the achilles, do you have to anchor it back.
    No there are papers that say there is no loss of strength of the achilles if you detach 50% of less.

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