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  1. Percutaneous and minimally invasive foot surgery

    Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2023]

    This book on percutaneous and minimally invasive foot surgery comprehensively covers one of the most innovative topics in orthopedic surgery, discussing decision-making based on foot biomechanics and presenting step-by-step descriptions of each surgical procedure. The chapters are divided into four sections, the first of which lays the groundwork for further reading by providing a comprehensive overview of the biomechanical approach. The second part then guides readers through making appropriate choices in order to ensure stable corrections and allow immediate full weight-bearing and fast rehabilitation without compromising patient outcomes. In the third part, leading surgeons in the field describe each procedure step-by-step with the help of operative pictures, while the last part addresses technical postoperative issues, such as postoperative dressing and cast management, as well as complications and how to reduce them. All chapters are richly illustrated and clearly highlight the key points for successful surgery and minimized risks. Unique in its focus on percutaneous and minimally invasive foot surgery, this book offers an invaluable resource for postgraduate students, residents, orthopedists wanting to specialize in foot surgery, as well as practicing orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists.

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