Principles and Practice of Podiatric Medicine, 2nd Edition

by Leonard A. Levy, DPM, MPH and Vincent J. Hetherington, DPM, MS

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  • 2 Volumes, 1,400 figures & tables, 1,516 pages
  • Detailed overview of the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery
  • New chapters and updated materials
  • Comprehensive in nature — a one source reference to all essential principals of podiatric medical practice
  • Invaluable resource for students and practicing podiatric physicians
  • Well illustrated covering both basic science and clinical aspects of podiatric medicine

Principles and Practice of Podiatric Medicine, 2nd Edition

Data Trace Publishing brings you this one-stop reference for current podiatric medical practice. This text will be useful for the practicing physician as well as other health professionals who feel a need to expand their knowledge about foot disorders or who may be interested in another point of view. It will also be a major resource for podiatric medical students and residents who have sought such a publication.

"This text book of two volumes is very detailed, has ... an integrative style and would be a significant resource of reference to any podiatric practice ... highly recommended."

--John Patterson, MSc, MInstChP, DChM

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" ... Two of our greatest teachers have produced a masterpiece. Bravo!"

--Alan Sherman, DPM Founder, Podiatry Online and PRESENT Courseware

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"... Principles and Practice of Podiatric Medicine, Second Edition, is probably the most comprehensive textbook on podiatric medicine to ever be published."

" --Lloyd Nesbitt, DPM Former Editor and Publisher, Canadian Podiatry Association Journal

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Leonard A. Levy, D.P.M., M.P.H.

Associate Dean for Education, Planning and Research; Professor of Family Medicine/Professor of Public Health, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Vincent J. Hetherington, D.P.M., M.S.

Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs; Professor, Department of Surgery, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio

» View Full Table of Contents [PDF]

Chapter 1. The Evolution of Podiatric Medical Practice and Formal Education: Chronological History
Chapter 2. Sectional Anatomy of the Foot
Chapter 3. Normal Biomechanics
Chapter 4. Pathomechanics of Common Foot Pathologies
Chapter 5. The Podiatric History and Examination
Chapter 6. Lower Extremity Edema
Chapter 7. Pruritus in the Podiatric Medical Patient
Chapter 8. Pain Management
Chapter 9. Podiatric Radiology
Chapter 10. General Radiology of the Foot and Ankle with Special Focus on Pedal MR Imaging
Chapter 11. Skin Biopsy in Podiatric Medical Practice

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