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POCKET FOOT AND ANKLE MEDICINE AND SURGERY

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    Author(s)POSITANO R G
    PublisherWolters Kluwer
    ISBN9781496375292
    Pages400
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJuly 2018

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    Wolters Kluwer POCKET FOOT AND ANKLE MEDICINE AND SURGERY by POSITANO R G

    This latest addition to the popular Pocket series is a go-to-resource for essential, up-to-date information for surgeons, podiatrists, and residents presented in a concise, quick-to-grasp format. With its compact size—perfect for taking home, on the ward, in your office—Pocket Foot and Ankle Medicine and Surgery addresses common disorders and conditions you’ll encounter in a clinical setting. You’ll find contributions from nearly 40 experts in both podiatry and orthopaedic surgery, as well as radiology, critical care, anesthesia, and other relevant fields. The ideal portable quick-reference for fast, effective musculoskeletal diagnosis and care! Developed and formatted for quick and easy reference on the go—use with patients in a clinical setting or anywhere you need to get access to the information you need! Focuses on common, everyday issues such as nerve damage and neuropathy, arthritis, fractures and trauma, and other conditions. Comprehensive in coverage of pathology and anatomy, biomechanics, gait analysis, imaging, infectious diseases, and more. Includes only the most up-to-date surgical techniques and procedures. Features a dedicated section on sports medicine disorders and injuries, such as Achilles Heel stress fractures, and tendonitis. Content covers principles and treatment for both adults and children. Rock G. Positano DPM, MSc, MPH Co-Director, The Foot Center-New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY; Director, Practice for Disorders of the Heel and Rearfoot, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY; Professor, The Institute for Orthopaedic and Sports Engineering, Albert Nerken School of Engineering, New York, NY Christopher DiGiovanni MD Developed and formatted for quick and easy reference on the go—use with patients in a clinical setting or anywhere you need to get access to the information you need! Focuses on common, everyday issues such as nerve damage and neuropathy, arthritis, fractures and trauma, and other conditions. Comprehensive in coverage of pathology and anatomy, biomechanics, gait analysis, imaging, infectious diseases, and more. Includes only the most up-to-date surgical techniques and procedures. Features a dedicated section on sports medicine disorders and injuries, such as Achilles Heel stress fractures, and tendonitis. Content covers principles and treatment for both adults and children. “This is an interesting little book, written as part of the expanding Pocket Notebook series now covering several specialties, and is presented in ring binder format, with hard covers designed to stand up to the rigors of being pulled in and out of residents' pockets frequently while working on the wards and inpatient and outpatient settings. The purpose is to reflect current approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of a number of common and more complex foot and ankle conditions. Pocket references in any specialty are always going to be a useful addition and be of value to those in postgraduate training programs. For the most part, the objectives are met. The limitation with any book of this size is deciding what to include and what to leave out. Overall, this one does a comprehensive job. The book is clearly aimed at those in training, and most specifically will be of use to podiatric residents and fellows in the U.S., but possibly to students, too. Overall, the contributors seem to be mostly clinical and either in training themselves or involved in postgraduate training, but there is a good balance of contributions from both orthopedic and podiatric perspectives, which is encouraging to see. The best feature of this book is its practical design. It is easy to access the information it contains and it will stand up to the abuses of three years of postgraduate residency training. The book is organized by either very broad or very specific topics pertinent to clinical podiatry. Each section is well outlined and numbered at the top of each page. The weaknesses are several. There is no use of color plates, which would have been useful for the dermatology section, but would no doubt adversely affect cost. There are some areas that are not mentioned, in particular peripheral vascular disease (both arterial and venous).”