By G Dock Dockery DPM FACFAS, Mary Elizabeth Crawford DPM FACFAS

Given that book of the 1st variation, Lower Extremity tender Tissue & Cutaneous Plastic Surgery has attracted broad approval for its incredible illustrations, transparent step by step method, thoroughness and practicality. Progressing from easy info on tools and ideas of tissue dealing with via to advanced ideas, no general practitioner of the foot and ankle may want to be with out this authoritative textual content in order to reduction of their attractiveness of stipulations and supply an appropriate approach to remedy with the newest surgical suggestions.

This moment version presents more information in regards to the present ideas of suturing, aseptic and sterile innovations, vascular anatomy, incisional and excisional techniques, cutaneous flaps and grafts in addition to reconstructive and plastic surgical innovations. 4 new chapters were extra in addition to quite a few new images and illustrations. Emphasis is put on cosmetic surgery ideas which are appropriate at the foot, ankle and decrease leg at any time when attainable.

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