Operative foot surgery

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W.B. Saunders Co., 1994 - Health & Fitness - 1017 pages
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This book presents a fresh approach to the clinical management of problems of the foot and ankle. Discussions stress the clinical implications, the decision-making process, when and when not to operate, and the rationales underlying "why and why not" decisions. Considerations relative to the selection of a procedure of choice are clearly presented. Operative procedures are supported by handsomely detailed line art. Discussions of the surgical techniques include appropriate anatomic references, intra-operative "pearls", cautions, and potential pitfalls in addition to the step-by-step narrative.

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