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  • Early-Stage Toenail Fungus Symptoms and Treatment

    If your toenail has recently become thickened and discolored, you may be dealing with a fungal infection known as onychomycosis. You are not alone—this has been found to affect about 14% of people.1 You may first notice the edge of the nail looking thicker and more brittle before it spreads to the rest of the nail.

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  • Primary arthrodesis for diabetic ankle fractures using a modified retrograde femoral intramedullary locking nail combined with lateral plating, surgical technique, and early results of a pilot study

    We aimed to report the early results of performing acute ankle arthrodesis using a modified retrograde femoral intramedullary locking IMN concomitant with plating at the same setting for managing diabetic patients' acute ankle fractures.

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  • Complications following surgical treatment of ankle fractures in the elderly: can they be avoided?

    Following surgical treatment of ankle fractures, geriatric patients face high complication rates (CR) in literature. Commonly used diagnostic and treatment algorithms fail to consider requirements of ageing patients which increases the risk of postoperative complications.

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  • Common Types of Nail Disease: How to Spot and Treat Each

    There are many types of nail diseases. They can occur for a wide range of causes that can be acute (short-term) or chronic (long-lasting).

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  • Can Orthotics Help With Rheumatoid Arthritis?

    While there is no cure for RA, there are various treatments available to help you manage disease progression, reduce pain, and help you stay active. Orthotic treatments are one of the non-surgical and non-medication options you might consider if the joints of your feet are affected by rheumatoid arthritis.

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