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The physical examination of the foot and ankle can be a complex topic for professionals with all levels of clinical experience. How can advance concepts be taught in a user-friendly, clear format, while still providing necessary information for effective diagnosis and treatment of the foot and ankle?
Table of Contents
Dedication Acknowledgments About the Editors Contributing Authors Foreword by Judith F. Baumhauer, MD, MPH Introduction Section I Physical Examination Chapter 1 Physical Examination of the Foot and Ankle: The Basics and Specific Tests Ian Alexander, MD, FRCS(C) Chapter 2 Gait Analysis and Clinical Relevance Sudheer Reddy Section II General Imaging Chapter 3 General Imaging of the Adult Foot and Ankle David I. Pedowitz, MD Section III Common Conditions of the Foot and Ankle Chapter 4 Ankle Instability Seth R. Queler, MD Chapter 5 Peroneal Tendon Pathology James Meeker, MD; Joshua N. Tennant, MD, MPH; and Selene G. Parekh, MD, MBA Chapter 6 Posterior Tibial Tendon Pathology Keith Wapner, MD Chapter 7 Pes Cavus Lew Schon, MD and Adam T. Groth, MD Chapter 8 Achilles Pathology and Posterior Calcaneal Pain. Antonio Gomez-Tristan and Christopher P. Chiodo Chapter 9 Fractures Samir Mehta, MD Chapter 10 Foot and Ankle Arthritis Eric Breitbart, MD; Wayne Berberian, MD; and Sheldon Lin, MD Chapter 11 Plantar Fasciitis and Plantar Heel Pain Premjit S. Deol, DO and Terrence M. Philbin, DO style="text-indent: 0in; margin: 0in 0in 0pt; tab-stops: 57.0pt right dotted 273.0pt"Chapter 12 Toe Pain and Deformity Aaron T. Scott, MD Financial Disclosures Index.