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Vol. 29. Núm. 1.
Páginas 2-10 (Junio 2015)
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Vol. 29. Núm. 1.
Páginas 2-10 (Junio 2015)
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La placa plantar
Plantar plate
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Antonio Viladot Voegelia,b,
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9393avv@gmail.com

Autor para correspondencia.
, Jordi Gasch Blasic
a Past President de la European Foot and Ankle Society, Barcelona, España
b Servicio de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología, Clínica Tres Torres, Barcelona, España
c Unidad de Pie y Tobillo, Servicio de Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatológica, Hospital de Terrassa, Barcelona, España
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La lesión de la placa plantar es una patología que vemos con frecuencia en el antepié, sobre todo en mujeres de mediana edad, siendo causa de metatarsalgia a veces muy intensa. En la mayoría de los casos es secundaria a un desequilibrio mecánico del antepié, en relación con una insuficiencia del primer radio. Tiene carácter evolutivo y existe una estrecha relación entre la Anatomía Patológica de la deformidad y la clínica del paciente. El tratamiento, conservador o quirúrgico, dependerá del estadio lesional y debe restituir el apoyo normal del antepié, corrigiendo las deformidades del mismo.

Palabras clave:
Placa plantar
Metatarsalgia
Biomecánica del antepié
Deformidades de los dedos del pie
Abstract

Plantar plate injuries are a common condition on the forefoot, especially in middle aged women, causing a sometimes very intense metatarsalgia. In most cases it is secondary to a mechanical imbalance of the forefoot, related to a first ray insufficiency. It has an evolving character and there is a close relationship between Anatomical Pathology of the deformity and the patient's medical history. The treatment, whether conservative or surgical, will depend on the state of the injury and must restore the normal way of putting weight on the forefoot and correct its deformities.

Keywords:
Plantar plate
Metatarsalgia
Forefoot biomechanics
Toe deformities
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