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Jogger’s toe, or black toe, is a collection of blood underneath the toenail (subungual hematoma) as a result of trauma to the toes. This condition affects mostly the big toe, and the second toe and is very common among runners, tennis players or skiers. Studies suggest...

Kohler’s Disease is a rare bone disorder affecting the tarsal navicular bone in the arch of the foot. This condition affects young children between the ages of 5 to 10 years, especially boys. It typically affects one foot. How does Kohler’s Disease Develop? Children at this particular...

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