Neuroosteoarthropathy The Charcot Foot

■ Classification

■ Acute Neuro-Osteoarthropathy

■ Differential Diagnosis Between Acute Neuro-Osteoarthropathy and Osteomyelitis

■ Patterns of Neuro-Osteoarthropathy

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Involvement of the Fifth Metatarsal Head

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Partial Resorption of Lisfranc's Joint

■ Acute Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Pattern II; Dounis Type II

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Fragmentation of the Cuboid Bone

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Collapsed Plantar Arch

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Midfoot Collapse

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns II and III; Dounis Type II: Ulcer over a Bony Prominence

■ Acute Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Pattern IV; Dounis Type Ilia

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Pattern IV; Dounis Type III (a, b, and c)

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Pattern IV; Dounis Type IIIa

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns IV and V; Dounis Type III (a, b and c): Involvement of the Hindfoot

■ Neuro-Osteoarthropathy: Sanders and Frykberg Patterns IV and V; Dounis Type III (a, b and c)

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