Operative Treatment of the Foot and Ankle
Armen S. Kelikian
Appleton & Lange, 1999 - Medical - 654 pages
While stressing the importance of proper diagnosis in foot and ankle trauma, this work provides clinicians various techniques that will also improve treatment. The text can be used as a surgical guide, and is organized by disease or disorder of the foot and ankle.
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Hallux Valgus and Metatarsus Primus
Steven A Kodros
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