Surgery of the Foot and Ankle, 8th Edition
New to This Edition
The classic work, reviseed and completely rethought for a new generation. With the Elsevier e-dition, this work will never go out of date! A free DVD with 20 video clips of key procedures provides a fellowship-style experience that any reader can explore at home or at his office desktop. Of course, this new edition reflects major advances in ankle reconstruction, management of foot disorders in the diabetic patient, and nerve problems in the foot.
- Refine your mastery of the full range of procedures with the latest knowledge from the world's top experts!
- Produce the best possible outcomes using today's most effective approaches for ankle replacement, the diabetic foot, nerve conditions, rehabilitation, and much more!
- Gain well-rounded insights from multiple authorities...so you can choose the best approach for each patient!
- Watch experts perform 59 procedures in real time with videos on DVD!
- Master techniques more effectively thanks to the multimedia e-dition format! In addition to the 2-volume set and DVD, you'll receive access to a dynamic web site that lets you search and consult the complete contents of the 2-volume set instantly online · stay current with quarterly updates reflecting the latest knowledge, techniques, and practice guidelines · and download any of the 1,600 illustrations for use in your own electronic presentations.
REVIEW OF PREVIOUS EDITION
"This text retains its position as the preeminent work on the foot and ankle...an outstanding reference work, setting a new standard for long-running orthopedic textbooks." — JBJS
* Now in full color.
* Includes a DVD with key procedures.
* Additional content on ankle recontstruction, diabetic foot, and nerve disorders.
By Michael J. Coughlin, MD, Private Practice of Orthopaedic Surgery; Clinical Professor, Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR; Roger A. Mann, MD, Director of Foot Fellowship Program, Oakland CA; Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA; and Charles L. Saltzman, MD, Professor, Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering, University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA