Jia Ying Lee
Singapore General Hospital
OsteotomyCalcaneusFoot and ankle surgeryAnkleDeformityCalcaneal fractureOrthodonticsInformed consentOrthopedic surgeryMedicine
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#1Jia Ying Lee (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)
#2Eric Liu Xuan (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)
Last. Nicholas Eng Meng Yeo (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)H-Index: 7
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CASE We report a rare case of polymetatarsia without polydactyly. Our patient presented with pain and difficulty with shoewear. Radiographs showed an accessory metatarsal arising from the lateral aspect of the fourth metatarsal proximal metaphysis, fusing distally with the medial aspect of the fifth metatarsal head to form a single metatarsophalangeal joint. He was treated with a chevron osteotomy of the conjoined complex and an Akins osteotomy of the fifth proximal phalanx. Our patient recovere...
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#1Jia Ying Lee (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)
#2Bangwei Mark Tan (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)
Last. Nicholas Eng Meng Yeo (SGH: Singapore General Hospital)H-Index: 7
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Abstract null null Given the complexity of foot and ankle deformities, 3-dimensional printing has a definite role in helping Orthopedic surgeons better appreciate patient specific anatomy and interactions between the bony articulations, offering solutions with customized implants and patient specific instrumentation. We report a case where three-dimensional (3D) printing technology was used in reconstruction of a complex malunited calcaneal fracture in foot and ankle surgery. To our knowledge, t...
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