Topic Search – Sesamoid Pathology

1. Surgical Excision of Painful Fibular Sesamoid: A case report
by Taren Cardona, BS, Al Kline, DPM
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
August 2008, Volume 1, Issue 8, No. 2

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2. Spontaneous Fracture of the Tibial Sesamoid: A case report
by Al Kline, DPM
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
September 2008, Volume 1, Issue 9, No. 3

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3. Congenital Fibular Sesamoid Aplasia: A case report
by Tugrul Alici, MD, Semih Dedeoglu, MD, Yunus Imren, MD, Hakan Gundes, MD
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
February 2009, Volume 2, Issue 2, No. 1

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4. Sesamoid bone interposition in the interphalangeal joint after dislocation of the hallux: A case report
by B. de Hartog, MD, P.F. Doorn MD, PhD, P.C. Rijk MD, PhD
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
July 2009, Volume 2, Issue 7, No. 3

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5. The Clinical Importance of the Os Peroneum: A Dissection of 156 Limbs Comparing the Incidence Rates in Cadavers versus Chronological Roentgenograms
by Brion Benninger, MD, Jessica Kloenne
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
Key words for search: Jones fracture, Styloid process, sesamoid
February 2011, Volume 4, Issue 2, No.2

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6. Complete Agenesis of Both Metatarsophalangeal Sesamoids with Contralateral Agenesis of Fibular Sesamoid Associated with Hallux Valgus
by Lyndon W. Mason, MB BCh MRCS (Eng), Gemma Digby, MB BCh, Hiro Tanaka, MB BCh MSc (Orth Eng) FRCS (Ed) FRCS (Orth)
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
Key words for search: Complete Sesamoid Agenesis, Metatarsalgia, Fibular Sesamoid Agenesis
April 2012, Volume 5, Issue 4, No.2

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7. A Rare Case of Os Supranaviculare or Pirie’s Bone in the Pediatric Patient: A Case Report
by Mustafa Uslu MD, Mehmet Arıcan, MD, Beşir Erdoğmuş MD
The Foot and Ankle Online Journal
October 2012, Volume 5, Issue 10, No. 1

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