Interdigital Hyperkeratosis of the Foot: Orthopaedic Approach to Surgical Treatment

Abstract


Surgical treatment results for 27 patients with interdigital keratosis of the foot were analyzed. To determine the predisposing factors for keratosis development data of clinical and roentgenologic examination were used. In all cases transcutaneous technique that enabled to avoid surgical intervention directly on a pathologic focus was applied. Mean follow up period made up 6 months. It was shown that transcutaneous surgical intervention was an effective and reproducible method for interdigital keratosis treatment. That technique provided positive results with minimum risk of postoperative complications in the majority of cases and could be used at outpatient department.

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Межпальцевые гиперкератозы стоп: ортопедический подход к хирургическому лечению

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