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An Atlas of Foot and Ankle Surgery. 2nd ed.
Jason H. Calhoun, MD1
1 University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri
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Nikolaus W├╝lker, Michael M. Stephens, and Andrea Cracchiolo III, editors. London: Taylor and Francis; 2005. 480 pages. $329.95.

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated
J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2006 Apr 01;88(4):923-a-924
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This handsome guide to foot and ankle surgery, now in its second edition, is an excellent reference work for orthopaedic surgeons. The editors have an impressive roster of leading international specialists and have updated the content from the first edition.The chapters cover a broad range of topics, addressing problems in both children and adults, including hallux valgus, resection arthroplasty of the great toe, flat foot, triple arthrodesis, ankle joint replacement, amputation, and many others. The emphasis throughout the book is on technique, with careful attention paid to descriptions and illustrations that will be helpful to surgeons in determining the appropriate procedure for each patient.
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