Neal's Common Foot Disorders: Diagnosis and Management
This text is designed as a reference for students and professionals within podiatry and chiropody. Suitable for undergraduates, the book aims to help them pass exams and provides them with an overview of the scope of podiatry practice - the pathology and presenting features of the common conditions encountered, their diagnosis and management, and related therapeutics. The structure of the book makes it suitable for use both as a reference book and as a revision text.
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