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Monday, February 7, 2011


Calcanean spur is a result of plantar fascitis following foot strain, Which is perhaps aggravated by some focus of infection.
 Persistent local tenderness suggests the diagnosis, and X-ray shows the bony growth projecting forward from the under-surface of the bone. A horseshoe-shaped Sorbo insole should be fitted in order to relieve pressure, but if disabling symptoms persist excision is occasionally performed through a lateral incision.

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