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Compendium of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 2008

by James B. McGuire, DPM, Editor

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This unique book is designed to help today's podiatrist manage an ever-increasing flow of information. The book's editorial team has studied hundreds of publications—mainstream podiatric journals as well as those from related fields—to hand-pick the most significant articles in each subject area from the last year. Each article is expertly condensed in an easy-to-read, standardized format.

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Compendium of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 2008

$99.00
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This unique book is designed to help today's podiatrist manage an ever-increasing flow of information. The book's editorial team has studied hundreds of publications—mainstream podiatric journals as well as those from related fields—to hand-pick the most significant articles in each subject area from the last year. Each article is expertly condensed in an easy-to-read, standardized format. Accompanying each section is a commentary by one of the journal's section editors, which shows how the information in the article can be applied in practice. Also included are illustrations and key references for further reading.

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  • Read the article summaries.
  • Answer the two test questions at the end of each chapter using the answer sheet that comes with the book.
  • Fax or mail your answer sheet, along with payment of $10 per chapter, to Data Trace.
  • We'll grade it and send you a certificate with the number of contact hours you've earned.

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION:

Compendium of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery 2008 is updated on a yearly basis and your subscription is automatic with the purchase of this publication. Subsequent books will be sent to you automatically and billed at the then-current prices. If you do not wish to receive any updates, you must write a letter with your name, company name, address, phone number, and publication, to cancel your subscription. Cancellations may be faxed to 410-494-0515 or mailed to Data Trace Publishing Company at P.O. Box 1239, Brooklandville, MD 21022-9978.

Editor-in-Chief: James B. McGuire, D.P.M., P.T., C.Ped., F.A.P.W.C.A.

Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Orthopedics of Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; Director of the Leonard Abrams Center for Advanced Wound Healing of the Foot and Ankle Institute, Philadelphia, PA

Introduction

Podiatric medicine is one of the fastest growing branches of the medical profession. Integration into the many disciplines is happening without a conscious effort to insert ourselves into the discussion. The articles chosen by this year’s contributors are representative of medical and surgical disciplines that are changing the knowledge base affecting all practitioners who treat diseases of the lower extremity. Podiatric physicians play a prominent role in the development of new diagnostic and treatment modalities. Evidence is no longer presented to, but by the new leaders in podiatric research and therapy. Wound management, vascular medicine, rheumatic medicine, and trauma are just a few examples of fields that are finding the contribution of podiatric medicine essential to any complete discussion of the care of their patients.

There is no more poignant example of the inroads of podiatric medicine into what was once the purvey of allopathic medicine than in the field of wound management. Podiatric physicians play an important role in major wound care societies, such as the American Professional Wound Care Association, the American Academy of Wound Management, and the World Union of Wound Healing Societies. Podiatrists also were instrumental in forming the newest physician-certifying wound organization, the Council for Medical Education and Testing. The podiatric physicians who serve as authors of this text and many others are thought leaders and major contributors to post-graduate wound seminars both nationally and internationally. Industry has recognized many fine podiatric physicians in the field of wound care and has made them an integral part of research, development, and education programs throughout the world.

James B. McGuire, D.P.M., P.T., C.Ped., F.A.P.W.C.A.

» View Full Table of Contents [PDF]

1. Vascular Disorders Affecting the Lower Extremity
edited by Lesly Robinson, D.P.M.

2. Dermatologic Conditions of the Lower Extremity
edited by G. Dock Dockery, D.P.M.

3. Internal Medicine: Endocrinology and Rheumatology
edited by Erika M. Schwartz, D.P.M.

4. Trauma
edited Sebastien G. Demoiny, D.P.M.

5. Sports Medicine and Related Conditions
edited by Jason M. Weber, D.P.M.

6. Radiology of the Foot and Ankle
edited by Bruce G. Greenfield, D.P.M.

7. Forefoot Surgery
edited by Barry Saffran, D.P.M.

8. Rearfoot Surgery
edited by Stephen H. Silvani, D.P.M.

9. The Diabetic Foot/Wound Care
edited by Vincent F. Giacalone, D.P.M.

10. Biomaterials—New Devices for Management of Conditions
edited by Vincent J. Hetherington, D.P.M.

11. Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity
edited by Kendrick A. Whitney, D.P.M. Frontmatters-new.fm Page 3 Wednesday, October 1, 2008 4:31 PM iv Contents

12. Anatomy of the Lower Leg and Foot
edited by Raymond R. DiPrimio, D.P.M.

13. Tumor Pathology
edited by Michael Rupp, D.P.M., M.D.

14. Pediatric Manifestations of the Foot

15. Plastic Surgery and Reconstruction
edited by John S. Steinberg, D.P.M., Andrew J. Meyr, D.P.M., Rhonda Cornell, D.P.M.

16. Interesting Cases/Case Reports
edited by Jason A. Piraino, D.P.M.

17. Wound Management
edited by Kathya M. Zinszer D.P.M.

18. Medical Devices
Ziad Labbad, M.D., D.P.M.

19. Editor’s Picks
James B. McGuire, D.P.M.

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