UMass emergency medicine lecture

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Here is a lecture I gave to UMass residents about common foot problems and emergencies


<ul><li> 1. UMass Emergency MedicineLectureDonald Pelto, DPMCentral Massachusetts Podiatry, PCWorcester, MA </li> <li> 2. Ingrown Toenails </li> <li> 3. How not to treat ingrown nail </li> <li> 4. Heidelbaugh, Joel J, andHobart Lee. "Management ofthe ingrown toenail."American family physician79.4 (2009): 303-308. </li> <li> 5. Ingrown Nail Questions Do all ingrown nails need antibiotics? When to remove part or whole nail? When do you need an x-ray? Infection? </li> <li> 6. Heel Pain Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis,Haglunds DeformityThomas, James L et al. "Thediagnosis and treatment ofheel pain." Journal of Foot andAnkle Surgery 40.5 (2001):329-340. </li> <li> 7. Stress Fracture,Metatarsalgia,Capsulitis, NeuromaAshman, Carol J, Rosemary JKlecker, and S Yu Joseph."Forefoot Pain Involving theMetatarsal Region: DifferentialDiagnosis with MR Imaging1."Radiographics 21.6 (2001):1425-1440. </li> <li> 8. Wart or CornCockayne, E Sarah. "TheEVERT (effective verrucatreatments) trial protocol: arandomised controlled trial toevaluate cryotherapy versussalicylic acid for thetreatment of verrucae." Trials11.1 (2010): 12. </li> <li> 9. Ulcers vs Calluses Do these hurt?Singh, Nalini, David G Armstrong, andBenjamin A Lipsky. "Preventing footulcers in patients with diabetes." JAMA:the journal of the American MedicalAssociation 293.2 (2005): 217-228. </li> <li> 10. CharcotFrykberg, Robert G et al. "Diabeticfoot disorders. A clinical practiceguideline (2006 revision)." TheJournal of foot and ankle surgery:official publication of the AmericanCollege of Foot and Ankle Surgeons45.5 Suppl (2006): S1. </li> <li> 11. To Learn More VisitFoot Pain ToolkitDonald Pelto, 757-4003 </li> </ul>