Neale's common foot disorders: diagnosis and management
Churchill Livingstone, 1997 - Medical - 496 pages
This comprehensive textbook of the theory and practice of podiatry provides a clear, up-to-date overview of the common conditions encountered in day-to-day podiatric practice. It covers diagnosis, management and common therapeutics of all diseases related to the foot. It is also suitable for use as a clinical reference by all practitioners caring for patients with foot problems. A broad range of expertise and clinical experience is also reflected in a new team of worldwide contributors who have completely rewritten and expanded this new sixth edition.
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Examination and assessment
Radiological assessment for podiatrists
The growing foot
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