Distal oblique osteotomy for intractable plantar keratosis of the middle three metatarsals.

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Foot Ankle 1988 Aug;9(1):7-9

On the middle metatarsals of 49 patients with symptomatic intractable plantar keratosis, 69 distal oblique osteotomies were performed. With an average follow-up time of 16 months, 83% of the results were rated good. This procedure is contraindicated for an intractable plantar keratosis with an associated fixed metatarsphalangeal joint deformity, however.

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