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Myiasis with Larvae of Sarcophaga Species in a Diabetic Foot with Gangrene in Korea: A Case Report

Jang H, Kim TH, Yoon YK, Park JH, Suk YJ, Yong TS, Lee JW, Park KH

Myiasis is the parasitic infestation of the body of a live animal by fly larvae that grow inside the host while feeding on its tissue. Necrotic tissue is a favorable...
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Assessment of Validity and Reliability of Plantar Pressure in Smart Insole

Kang HW, An YL, Kim DY, Lee DO, Park GY, Lee DY

Purpose: Smart insoles are wearable devices that are inserted into shoes. Smart insoles with built-in pressure and acceleration sensors can measure the plantar pressure, stride length, and walking speed. This...
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Age, Body Mass Index, and Spur Size Associated with Patients’ Symptoms in Plantar Fasciitis

Cho BW, Choi JH, Han HS, Choi WY, Lee KM

Background: Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain affecting 10% of the general population. This study aimed to investigate the specific symptoms in patients with plantar fasciitis using...
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Bone Marrow Edema Syndrome of the Foot and Ankle in Adolescents

Jin JW, Kim DH, Shin SJ, Park TH

Bone marrow edema syndrome of the foot and ankle in adolescents is extremely rare. The correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment are often delayed because of the nonspecific clinical signs. This...
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Surgery for Flatfoot Unresponsive to Conservative Treatment in Children and Adolescents

Kim HT, Park WS, Kim HS

Purpose: Simple flatfoot is common in children and adolescents, and usually does not require treatment. On the other hand, symptoms can occur when underlying abnormalities are present and continue even...
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Orthotic and Prosthetic Options after Diabetic Foot Amputation

Ahn J

Diabetic foot ulcer is a risk factor for amputation. Infection and ischemia in diabetic foot ulcers are common causes of foot amputation. After minimal amputation of the involved lower extremity,...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Syndesmotic Injury: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Cho J, Cho BK, Jeong BO, Chung JW, Bae SY, TACoKFaAS2

Purpose: This study was based on the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) member survey and aimed to report the current trends in the management of syndesmotic injuries over the...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Cho J, Cho BK, Chung HJ, Bae SY, TACoKFaAS2

Purpose: This study was based on the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) member survey and aimed to report the current trends in the epidemiology, diagnosis, and management of acute...
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The Efficacy of Three-Dimensional Sweeping Mode Extracorporeal Shockwave Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

Lim JA, Lee CH, Park JH

Purpose: This was a pilot study to examine the clinical usefulness of the newly developed three-dimensional sweep mode extracorporeal shockwave treatment (ESWT) in patients with plantar fasciitis. Materials and Methods: Three-dimensional...
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The Application of Vacuum-Assisted Closures According to the Texas Staging System in the Treatment of Infective Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Lim SA, Choi YS, Jang YJ, Baek SN, Bae AN

Purpose: A group of patients who were hospitalized for diabetic foot ulcers was classified according to the University of Texas Staging System for Diabetic Foot Ulcers, and we attempted to...
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Change of In-Shoe Plantar Pressure According to Types of Shoes (Flat Shoes, Running Shoes, and High Heels)

Cho YJ, Lee DW, Shin HS, Hwang YB, Lee DO, Kim DY, Lee DY

Background: The type of footwear is one of several factors that affect foot pressure. Despite its usefulness in identifying pathology and preventing and treating foot-related diseases, the type of shoes...
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A problem-based approach in musculoskeletal ultrasonography: central metatarsalgia

Son HM, Chai JW, Kim YH, Kim DH, Kim HJ, Seo J, Lee SM

Ultrasonography (US) is a useful diagnostic method that can be easily applied to identify the cause of metatarsalgia. The superficial location of structures in the foot, dynamic capability of US,...
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Bilateral foot drop caused by T12 infectious spondylitis after vertebroplasty: a case report

Kim DH, Shin YB, Ha M, Kim BC, Han IH, Nam KH

The most common cause of foot drop is lumbar degenerative disc herniation, particularly at L4/5. We present a rare case of spinal cord injury accompanied by a thoracolumbar lesion that...
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A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials of Antibiotic Use in Diabetic Foot Ulcer Infections: Focus on Clinical Cure

Pratama V, Risni HW, Yunir E, Sauriasari R

Background: The use of antibiotics in diabetic foot ulcer infections (DFUI) is essential in reducing morbidity. Optimal administration of antibiotics can improve clinical outcomes and reduce the risk of antibiotic...
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Effect of Severe Limb Purpura Following the Administration of COVID-19 Vaccination on a Diabetic Foot Requiring Amputation: A Case Report

Kim BH, Suh JS, Chang SH, Choi JY

The current SARS-CoV‑2 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been a particular challenge for diabetes patients. Since these patients are at a higher risk of COVID-19, they have been prioritized...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Won SH, Min TH, Chun DI, Bae SY, TACoKFaAS2

Purpose: This study aimed to report the current trends in the management of diabetic foot over the last few decades through a survey of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Ankle Ligament Injuries: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Cho BK, Cho J, Lee M, Lee JY, Bae SY, TACoKFaAS2

Purpose: Despite continuous updates of standard treatment guidelines for acute ankle sprain and chronic ankle instability (CAI), in practice preferred treatment protocols vary widely. Based on a Korean Foot and...
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Patient-Reported Outcome Measures of the Foot and Ankle

Kim J, Kim BS

The patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are important in assessing the patient’s overall health, lesion-specific outcomes, and condition-specific outcomes. PROMs are also known as “scoring systems” and are usually in questionnaires....
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Development and Usability Evaluation of a Telemedicine System for Management and Monitoring of Patients with Diabetic Foot

Bahaadinbeigy K, Sheikhtaheri A, Fatehi F, Moulaei K

Objectives: The aim of the present study was to develop and evaluate the usability of a telemedicine system for management and monitoring of patients with diabetic foot. Methods: This study was...
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New proposal for skin grafts on tendon-exposed wounds

Um JH, Jo DI, Kim SH

Performing a skin graft is not feasible for tendon-exposed defect reconstruction because tendons are fibrous connective tissues with relatively poor blood supply. This study proposes a method to effectively perform...
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