VIDEO: Flat Feet Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options - SLUCare Orthopedic Surgery * 2023
VIDEO: Flat Feet Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options - SLUCare Orthopedic Surgery * 2023
Flatfeet is a common condition, also known as flatfoot, in which the arches on the inside of the feet flatten when pressure is put on them.

Flat feet can cause pain and affect walking

Flatfoot is a condition in which the longitudinal arch of the foot is lost. It also involves abduction of the forefoot and valgus deformity of the hind foot. In flexible flatfoot, the arch is present during non–weight bearing but is lost during weight bearing. In rigid flatfoot, the arch is absent in weight-bearing and non–weight-bearing positions.

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Breast cancer in men

Breast cancer in men

Both men and women have breast tissue In men, most breast tissue is located behind the nipple. Women have a lot more breast tissue than men – and a much higher rate of breast cancer. Cancers can, however, occur in male breast tissue. Breast cancer is uncommon in men. The average age at diagnosis is 71 years old. As our

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Rotationplasty

Rotationplasty or Van Nes rotation

Rotationplasty, commonly known as a Van Nes rotation or Borggreve rotation, is a type of autograft wherein a portion of a limb is removed, while the remaining limb below the involved portion is rotated and reattached.

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Amputation accidents

Amputation accidents

Losing a limb is one of the most traumatic physical injuries that a person can experience. In addition to being a devastating physical injury, amputation injuries can also have a significant impact on a person’s mental health. Depending on the nature of the injury and the body part that was amputated, an injured victim may require multiple surgeries and months of physical rehabilitation, including getting fitted for and learning how to use a prosthetic, and occupational therapy.

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Tree crush amputation

Tree crush amputation

Traumatic amputation is the loss of a body part, usually a finger, toe, arm, or leg, that occurs as the result of a tree crush accident or injury.

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Prótesis para pezón y areola perdidos por mastectomía * MG Latam

Prophylactic mastectomy

A prophylactic mastectomy is surgery to remove one or both breasts to reduce the chance of developing breast cancer. Although a prophylactic mastectomy can reduce this risk by 90% or more, the surgery does not guarantee that you will not get breast cancer.

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Amputación de Pirogoff * MG Latam

Pie Humano * Pág.3.6. Amputación de Pirogoff

La amputación de Pirogoff fue descrita originalmente por el cirujano ruso Nicolás Pirogoff en el año 1864 y se refiere a la amputación osteoplástica distal a la articulación del tobillo, la resección del astrágalo y la fusión ósea de la tibia con el calcáneo, sus ventajas son: menor pérdida de la longitud de la extremidad y permitir la carga completa del peso corporal, así como el poder utilizar una prótesis más anatómica.

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Amputación transmetatarsiana en los pies * MG Latam

Pie Humano * Pág.3.2. Amputación transmetatarsiana

La amputación transmetatarsiana (amputación parcial del pie), también llamada ATM, es la cirugía para quitar toda o una parte de su parte delantera del pie. La parte delantera de su pie incluye los huesos metatarsianos, que son cinco huesos largos entre los dedos y el tobillo.

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