Current concepts of treatment of Metatarsalgia, An issue of Foot and Ankle Clinics of North America

By Gaston A. Slullitel
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This issue of Foot and Ankle Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Gaston Slullitel, will discuss Current Concepts of Treatment of Metatarsalgia. Under the guidance of long-time series Consulting Editor Dr. Mark Myerson, Dr. Slullitel and his contributing authors will explore topics of interest for practitioners in the field. Articles include, but are not limited to: the role of First ray insufficiency in the development of metatarsalgia; Current evidence in surgical treatment for metatarsalgia; Evolution of The Weil Osteotomy; State of the Art in Lesser MTPJ Instability; MIS options for Metatarsalgia Treatment; Gastroc recession in the setting of Metarsalgia; Freiberg's infraction: surgical options; Resection arthroplasty; and Brachymetatatarsia, among others.
ISBN 9780323722100
Author Information By Gaston A. Slullitel, Instituto de Ortopedia Jaime Slullitel Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina San Luis 2534 2000 Rosario, Argentina
Publication Date 28-10-2019
Stock Status In Stock

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