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A Journal on Physiopathology and Surgery of the Foot


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Chirurgia del Piede 2010 December;34(3):157-61

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Rare foot osteochondrosis

Canepa G. 1, Franchin F. 2, Stella M. 2, Formica M. 2

1 Ospedale L. Mandic di Merate (Lecco)
2 Clinica Ortopedica, Università degli Studi di Genova, Genova

Calcaneus, navicular bone and the head of the second metatarsal bone are the most frequent localization of osteochondrosis in the foot (up to 20% of the whole localizations). Localization in the talus, in the cuneiforms and in other metatarsal bones are rare; extraordinary in the sesamoids and in other accessory bones of the foot.

language: Italian


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