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50) this.border=1" alt="Funding Structure - The Gateway to the Orthopedic Internet"> Funding Structure - The Gateway to the Orthopedic Internet About Orthogate Dev. Team Editorial Board ISOST Global Consortium Funding Structure Disclaimer Orthogate Funding Structure Funding Structure Written by christian    Saturday, 16 July 2020 Support from commercial and non-commercial organisations Currently there is no major direct financial support for Orthogate and the whole enterprise is run by a group of keen orthopaedic surgeons who have donated their own time, computer and servers to the Orthogate project. The Development Team of Orthogate help to finance the project by offering time, content and servers to the project for free. Some of these individuals/websites do receive educational grants from commercial parties. Details of their funding and sponsorship arrangements can be found on their respective sites. The Orthogate project would like to invite all commercially interested companies to sponsor the project with educational grants under the following rules: Advertising and other promotional material will be presented to viewers in a manner and context that facilitates differentiation between it and the original material created by the Orthogate team or author submitted material approved by the Editorial Board. The financial commitment from the sponsor to this educational project, gives him no right to influence the content of this website. The Orthogate Project and its controlling supervising academic society, the Internet Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology are completely independent on all levels and more specific when it comes to the choice of published orthopaedic content, with the exception of the sponsor's clearly identified home page. There is no influence at all from the commercial parties sponsoring this project. If any such pressure would at any time occur, the sponsoring agreement with the company in question will be immediately put to a halt to safeguard the credibility of this project. These rules comply with the code of conduct put forward by the Health on the Net Foundation . Last Updated ( Tuesday, 19 July 2020 ) [ Back ] Submit Community News If you have some orthopedic news that you would like to share with the community, please submit your story, article, announcement or review here . OSRR Forum Latest Events Sat, Oct 22nd, 2005, @8:00am- 5:00pm OITE Review Course - Gait and Lower Extremity Orthotics Copyright 2000-2005 Orthogate. All rights reserved. Orthogate Home | Orthopaedic News | Orthopaedic Articles | Orthopaedic Links | Orthopaedic Forums | Orthopaedic Images | Site Map We subscribe to the HONcode principles. Verify here   Web Orthogate

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Achilles Tendon Problems

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50) this.border=1" alt="Achilles Tendon Problems"> Problems that affect the achilles tendon are common among active middle aged people. These problems cause pain at the back of the calf, and may result in a rupture of the Achilles tendon in severe cases. Expert

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Ankle Sprain/Instability

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50) this.border=1" alt="Ankle Sprain/Instability"> An ankle sprain is a common injury and usually results when the ankle is twisted, or inverted. The term sprain signifies injury to the soft tissues, usually the ligaments, of the ankle. Expert

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Bunion and Hallux Valgus

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50) this.border=1" alt="Bunion and Hallux Valgus"> Hallux Valgus is a condition which affects the joint at the base of the big toe. The condition is commonly called a bunion. The bunion actually refers to the bump that grows on the side of the first metatarsophalangeal(MTP) joint. In reality, the condition is much more complex than a simple bump on the side of the toe. Expert

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Bunionette

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50) this.border=1" alt="Bunionette"> A bunionette is similar to a bunion, but on the outside of the foot. It is sometimes referred to as a tailor's bunion due to the fact that tailors once sat cross legged all day with the outside edge of their feet rubbing on the ground. This produced a pressure area and callus at the bottom of the fifth toe. Expert

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Clawtoes and Hammertoes

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50) this.border=1" alt="Clawtoes and Hammertoes"> The hammertoe deformity usually consists of a hyperflexion deformity of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint. Clawing of the lesser toes is a combination of the hammertoe deformity, plus hyperextension of the metatarsal phalangeal (MTP) joint. Expert

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Hallux Rigidus

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50) this.border=1" alt="Hallux Rigidus"> Hallux Rigidus is a degenerative-type arthritis condition that affects the large joint at the base of the great toe. A degenerative arthritis is a condition which results from wear and tear on the joint surface over time. The condition may follow an injury to the joint or, in some cases, may arise without a well defined injury. Expert

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Ingrown Toenail

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50) this.border=1" alt="Ingrown Toenail"> Ingrown toenail is a condition that most commonly affects the hallux, or big toe. This condition usually results when pressure from improper shoewear, and improper care of the toenails leads to pain and hypertrophy (or overgrowth) of the tissue at the side of the nail. Expert

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Morton's Neuroma

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50) this.border=1" alt="Morton's Neuroma"> A Morton's Neuroma, (sometimes called a Morton's toe), is a condition that causes pain in the foot due to a swelling, or tumor, of one of the small nerves of the foot. Expert

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Osteochondritis Dessicans of the Talus

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50) this.border=1" alt="Osteochondritis Dessicans of the Talus"> Osteochondritis dessicans is a problem which causes pain and stiffness of the ankle joint. It can occur in all age groups. Expert

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Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain

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50) this.border=1" alt="Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain"> Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that is sometimes called a heel spur. This condition causes pain on the bottom of the heel when putting weight on the foot. There are probably many underlying causes of heel pain, and some physicians feel that it is probably more accurate to simply make a diagnosis of heel pain rather than try and define an absolute cause in every instance of heel pain. Expert

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Posterior Tibial Tendonitis and Rupture

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50) this.border=1" alt="Posterior Tibial Tendonitis and Rupture"> Because we use our feet continuously, tendonitis in the foot is a common problem. One of the most frequently affected tendons is the posterior tibial tendon. Expert

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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

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50) this.border=1" alt="Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome"> Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs from abnormal pressure on the posterior tibial nerve. The condition is similar to carpal tunnel syndrome in the wrist. The condition is somewhat uncommon, and can be difficult to diagnose. Expert

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Ankle Fusion popular

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50) this.border=1" alt="Ankle Fusion"> Patient Information from TheMediWeb site (London England) Written for patients being admitted for the operation.

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Accessory Navicular

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