Common Foot Problems in Primary Care / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Elsevier Health Sciences
The new edition of this highly popular text is perfect for the needs of primary care physicians, who see the majority of patients with foot problems. Diagnosis and practical treatment strategies are emphasized. Among the areas covered are skin, nails, the small toes and metatarsals, pediatrics, geriatrics, trauma, and medical conditions affecting the feet. The coverage is concise, guiding the physician to exactly what he or she needs to know for each condition. Many new illustrations, with color plates.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
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Table of Contents
Anatomy of the Foot. History and Physical Examination. Diagnostic Evaluation. Skin. Nails. The Big Toe. The Small Toes. Metatarsals. The Heel, Subtalar Complex and Ankle. The Pediatric Foot. The Geriatric Foot. Biomechanical Abnormalities. Trauma. Sports Medicine. The Arthropathies. Foot Lesions in Diabetic Patients. Infections of the Foot. Peripheral Vascular Disease. Miscellaneous Conditions. General Treatment Guidelines. Appendix.