A boy with an agonizing flat foot A 12-year-old boy has complained of intermittent pain in his right feet for days gone by 12 months, in the absence of any precipitating trauma. What’s the correct diagnosis in this full case? Case presentation A 12-year-old boy has been experiencing average to severe discomfort along the lateral aspect of his right feet for days gone by 12 months. There is no past history of preceding trauma. His symptoms are made worse by sporting activity and with walking on uneven surfaces; ankle sprains are regular, leading to swelling. The pain increases with rest. He is systemically well.Historically, apart from initial teaching classes , continuing education fees and charges for educational applications were charged to product sales and marketing expense. Due to the Proficiency System annual CE requirement, all training and education costs and costs, where CE credit is offered, will right now be charged to revenue and costs of sales, respectively. Net revenue for Q1 10 was $14.9 million, or $0.19 per diluted share.