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Disease of Tarsus, with Soupart's Amputation. -Mary Q., thirteen years old, entered the hospital May 20, 1875. Two years and a half before this she fell from a sled while coasting, and one of the runners passed over her left foot. She walked home, and continued to use the foot for several days, when it became painful and swollen. After a time sinuses formed, and a portion of the cuboid bone was removed. At the time of entrance sinuses communicated with the tarsus below both malleoli and on thedoi:10.1056/nejm187605250942113 fatcat:mb3q4goutnhmfksikrhqpgbl44