Brachymetatarsia is a condition affecting the foot in which one of the metatarsal bones remains shorter than the rest.
This results in a short toe or floating toe deformity. This commonly affects both feet and the 4th metatarsal is the most commonly affected bone. This condition is caused by an abnormal arrest and closure of the growth plate earlier than the remainder of the metatarsals.
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Some of the case studies related to Brachymetatarsal are listed below. If you want to learn more about them click on the button below:
66-year-old male diabetic, neuropathic is seen in the office regarding the ulcerations and infections of his left foot. Patient 2 weeks ago left his foot close to a space heater and has slowly developed these 2 ulcerations. Patient has diabetic neuropathy and did not have any pain or currently does not have any pain. Treatment…
74-year-old female smoker with new onset of chronic ulcerations of her bunion and her 2nd toe. The patient has a history of peripheral arterial disease patient was seen and treated with ultra mist therapy twice a week for 4 weeks and also wound care daily dressing by the patient with collagen care we dispensed in the…