- Year: 2009
- Page Number: 470
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 42.91 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Thomas Zgonis
Featuring more than 1,200 illustrations, including over 800 in full color, this book presents a stepwise approach to the surgical management of the most challenging cases in diabetic limb salvage. The book covers acute and chronic diabetic foot and ankle wounds and guides surgical decision-making in different case scenarios, including prophylactic, elective, trauma, and revisional surgery. Emphasis is on the multidisciplinary team approach. Topics covered include surgical reconstruction of the acute and chronic Charcot foot and ankle; local random, muscle and pedicle flaps for soft tissue coverage of the diabetic foot; equinus deformity and the diabetic foot; surgical management of malunions and nonunions; and autogeneous bone grafting and orthobiologics.
This book is one of the most impressive existing works about treatment of diabetic foot. It fills a gap about one of the most important issues in diabetic foot management: the surgical treatment. Surgical community will have with this comprehensive text an excellent tool for getting help while treating this challenging patients. The text is easy to read and it is absolutely updated. The pictures and the description of the surgical techniques are very valuable. I insistently recommend this textbook to the doctors dedicated to diabetic foot care. Dr. Zgonis has prepared a gold mine of information. Congratulations.
A masterpiece. This is an excellent book. The author is a well known surgeon. I like those clear and precise surgical images. Very easy to read. Excellent job!!!
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