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The surgeon is frequently faced with the results of failure of previous operative treatment. Sometimes the procedures have been performed well, in other cases they have been poorly conceived or executed or rehabilitation has not been good. It is now realised that certain operative procedures should be avoided because they lead predictably to development of an iatrogenic condition. In this chapter, some guidance is offered on the solution of such problems in the antetarsus (Fig. 25.1).
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- Consequences of Failed Operative Treatment in the Antetarsus
M.D. Bernard Regnauld
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg