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Calcaneal spine: Sources and notes

> Pathology of superficial plantar fascia and Ledderhose disease, EMC chiropody, Elsevier, 2000.

> Dr. Barbara Piclet-Legré et al, information document on plantar fasciitis or plantar fascia, center of foot, Marseille, 2014.

Author: Ide Parenty,
Expert consultant: Dr. Philippe Tauveron, rheumatologist .

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