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Eficacia de la infiltración de Plasma Rico en Plaquetas (PRP) en pacientes diagnosticados del Síndrome de la Fascia Plantar (SFP) desde el punto de vista clínico y funcional
Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) infiltrations in patients diagnosed with Plantar Fascia Syndrome (PFS) from a clinical and functional perspective



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Pardo i Camps, Francesc (2016) Eficacia de la infiltración de Plasma Rico en Plaquetas (PRP) en pacientes diagnosticados del Síndrome de la Fascia Plantar (SFP) desde el punto de vista clínico y funcional. [Thesis]

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On the basis of the knowledge that the entheses between the plantar fascia and the calcaneus may exhibit a varied pathology, we considered the need to value the pathological factors by illustrating the anatomical changes in the Plantar Fascia Syndrome (PFS) with easy-to-obtain images which allowed us to substantiate our claims. Accordingly, we analized the anatomical (Orts Llorca, 1977; Llusá, 2007; Sobotta, 2007; Domenech Mateu, 2012; Rodriguez Baeza 2012) and biomechanical (Arandes, 1956; Viladot 1979; Caturla, 2001; Safe, 2001) literature in order to better know the location of the pathology and also to assess the functional reasons that could favor this disease. A study of the affected area by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) revealed the presence of bone affections such as bone edema, subchondral lesions and several other bone pathologies together with fascia intrinsic injuries such as myxoid degeneration, intrasubstance fissures and perifascial edematous lesions (Larroca, 2013; Conejero, 2014). Injuries not properly treated during the acute phase can evolve into chronic processes which, month after month, become ever more difficult to resolve. In addition, as seen throughout this study, there are changes in the anatomical normality of the foot usually associated with pathological conditions of the plantar fascia. Once the pathological aspects of PFS are identified and their location is established, clinical manifestations should be registered in order to define this syndrome. Pain is the main symptom in patients with PFS and is associated, in many occasions, with tightness or stiffness of the plantar area, limited mobility of the arch of the ankle and, inevitably, a progressive functional deterioration. Thus, that sharp and stabbing pain felt when one puts the foot on the floor after a period of rest located in the front lower face of the heel and irradiating and/or projecting to the middle of the sole of the foot would be synonymous with Plantar Fascia Syndrome (PFS)...

Item Type:Thesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Enfermería, Fisioterapia y Podología, leída el 22/01/2016

García Carrión, María del Carmen
Beneit Montesinos, Juan Vicente
Chana Valero, Pedro
Uncontrolled Keywords:Fascitis plantar, Síndrome de la Fascia Plantar (SFP), Tratamiento, Plasma Rico en Plaquetas (PRP), Infiltración
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Plantar fasciitis, Plantar Fascia Syndrome (PFS), Treatment, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Infiltration
Subjects:Medical sciences > Medicine > Rheumatology
Medical sciences > Nursing > Podiatry
ID Code:40236
Deposited On:18 Nov 2016 12:04
Last Modified:18 Nov 2016 12:04

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