Jean Martin Charcot

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Synonyms for Jean Martin Charcot

French neurologist who tried to use hypnotism to cure hysteria (1825-1893)


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The radiograph of the patient's left foot (FIGURE 1B) revealed extensive collapse of the inner arch and a "rocker bottom foot"--the result of Charcot joint changes.
Localized marrow expansion is a response to local stimuli, such as fracture, inflammation, orthopedic hardware, a Charcot joint, and even calvarial hyperostosis.
We describe a case of MTB infection of the foot in a patient initially diagnosed with Charcot joint.
Charcot joint or Charcot foot, a disorder in which the joint or foot fractures or dislocates as a result of this nerve abnormality, was considered a rarity until a few years ago.