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By Alan S. Banks DPM FACFAS, Michael S. Downey DPM, Dennis E. Martin DPM, Stephen J. Miller DPM

McGlamry’s Forefoot Surgery is the one complete reference that focuses completely on forefoot surgical procedure. It comprises the 28 chapters at the forefoot from the definitive podiatry reference, McGlamry’s entire Textbook of Foot and Ankle Surgery.

Leading specialists supply sensible, how-to innovations for dealing with the whole diversity of forefoot difficulties. subject matters lined comprise hallux abducto valgus and comparable deformities, proximal methods of the 1st ray, nails, Morton’s neuroma, lesser ray deformities, implants, metatarsus adductus and allied issues, congenital deformities, trauma to the nail, dislocations, electronic and sesamoid fractures, and callus distraction. greater than 1,200 illustrations supplement the text.

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Traditional approaches to treatment of onychomycosis. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1997;87:551-556. McInnes BD, Dockery GL. Surgical treatment of mycotic toenails. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1997;87:557-564. Parrinello JF, Japour CJ, Dykyj D. Incurvated nail: does the phalanx determine nail plate shape? J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1995;85:696-698. Pollak R, Billstein SA. Safety of oral terbinafine for toenail onychomycosis. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc 1997;87:565-570. Schein JR, Gause D, Stier D, et al. Onychomycosis: baseline results of an observational study.

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Patients may describe a cramping sensation in the arch, forefoot, or toes; however, there is no evidence of muscle cramping (28 ). The pain is greatly aggravated by walking in shoes and is relieved somewhat by rest, although in acute stages, lancinating or aching pains may occur during periods of inactivity. Sometimes the patient finds irritation even from bed sheets intolerable. A characteristic and virtually pathognomonic indication of a neuroma is the overwhelming desire to remove the shoe, rub the forefoot, and flex the toes.

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