Evidence-Based Bunion Surgery: A Critical Examination of Current and Emerging Concepts and Techniques by Paul D. Dayton
This unique book presents a critical examination of the current traditions and techniques that are usually taught regarding the correction of singularity, comparing them with new anatomical and surgical concepts…
Evidence Based Bunion Surgery synopsis
This unique book presents a criticalexamination of the current traditions and techniques that are usually taught regarding the correction of singularity, comparing them with new anatomical and surgical concepts based on evidence and changing the whole approach to oncology. Starting with history, etiology and epidemiology of deformity, its clinical implications are then discussed and physical and radiological assessment.
An overview of surgical correction strategies is then presented, followed by detailed chapters on the same techniques, covering the rationale for approaches, anatomical and technical considerations, postoperative management and evidence-based results. Surgical techniques include cutting of the intestine, kidney, psoriasis, endoscopy, conduction of the mantle, articular joint, joint excision, orthodontics, etc.
The evaluation and management of the cross-sectional distortion has changed slightly over the last few decades despite much debate, debate, research and new technology. Now, by taking advantage of the latest evidence and presenting multiple remedial strategies, evidence-based fracture surgery will be the new standard for the administration of vulvar surgery for foot and bone surgeons, residents and colleagues..
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