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PIE PLANO Y ANOMALIAS DEL ANTEPIE. FLATFOOT AND FOREFOOT DEFORMITIES. Edited by T. Epeldegui. Madrid, A. Madrid Vicente, 1995. $48.00, 357 pp.
S. Jay Kumar, M.D.
J Bone Joint Surg Am, 1996 Sep 01;78(9):1454-1454
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This book is divided into seven sections. The first section, the introduction, includes two chapters that are written in English and five that are written in Spanish. The second section, on calcaneovalgus deformity of the foot, includes one chapter in English and two in Spanish. The third section, on flatfoot, has thirteen chapters in English and four in Spanish. The fourth section, on tarsal coalitions, consists of five chapters in English. The fifth section comprises ten chapters on congenital vertical talus, six of which are in English. The sixth section includes five chapters on metatarsus adductus and skewfoot, four of which are in English. The final section, on other deformities of the foot, is excellent and includes two chapters in English and six in Spanish. There is no index. Some chapters have references and others do not.
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