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Post-op Costs of Hallux Valgus Surgery

Discussion in 'Foot Surgery' started by NewsBot, Sep 20, 2014.

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    COMPARISON OF POSTOPERATIVE COSTS OF TWO SURGICAL TECHNIQUES FOR HALLUX VALGUS (KRAMER vs SCARF)
    Daniel Poggio, Rodrigo Melo, Julio Botello, Carlos Polo, Pablo Fernández de Retana, Jordi Asunción
    Foot and Ankle Surgery; Articles in Press
     
  2. Lyndon jones

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    An interesting way to look at the recovery journey for foot surgery. I must admit that my preferred technique of scarf OSTEOTOMY allows patients to be shod after two weeks. I cannot see the per cutaneous method described being in any way an advance in the field of foot surgery.
     
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