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Septic Tarsal Sheath Tenosynovitis

1. The tendon of the ____________ muscle is most commonly associated with septic tarsal sheath tenosynovitis.
2. Regional intravenous perfusion with antimicrobials may be beneficial in tarsal sheath infections because
3. During treatment of septic tenosynovitis, controlled exercise is recommended to
4. The leukocyte count and total protein concentration of synovial fluid aspirated from a septic tarsal sheath generally are ______________, respectively.
5. Diagnosis of septic tenosynovitis is based on
6. Complications that can result from tarsal sheath sepsis do not include
7. Sodium hyaluronan (viscosupplementation) provides
8. Which surgical treatment provides direct visualization and pathologic lesion debridement within the tarsal sheath?
9. As the lateral digital flexor tendon passes through the tarsal sheath, it glides unrestricted over which tarsal bone?
10. If septic tarsal sheath is diagnosed or suspected, initial treatment following tenovaginocentesis should include
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