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Rheumatoid Foot ELFAH

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Description: The foot and ankle are a common site of pathology in rheumatoid arthritis. Michelson et al (1994) found that 79% of university outpatients had ankle disease and 67% MTPJ disease; in about half these sites were the main problem. Twenty-seven percent had midfoot disease but only 5% considered it their worst problem. Interestingly, only 4% had accommodative shoewear.

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Author/Contact: Barrie et al
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Language: English

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Added: Sun Oct 28 2007