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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by rozitahatam@yahoo.com, May 14, 2014.

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  1. rozitahatam@yahoo.com

    rozitahatam@yahoo.com Welcome New Poster


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    Hi everyone , looking for a simple topic for my research in foot surgery. Any ideas????
     
  2. AH29

    AH29 Member

    How about:

    'An approach to developing a universal tool to show the effects of foot surgery to highlight successful surgeries'

    A score can be given using parameters such as differences in pain levels, gait, level of function, etc.
     
  3. Stormpod83

    Stormpod83 Welcome New Poster

    I really enjoyed doing "Should Capsular Interpositional Arthroplasy replace arthrodesis as the new gold standard treatment for hallux rigidus". I found the information I learned from this topic really helps me when discussing treatment options for patients with painful hallux limitus/rigidus.
     
  4. Rob Kidd

    Rob Kidd Well-Known Member

    My Dad was a country GP, and country GP's are never just GP's. He did hip replacements etc. When I was a Pod student in the early 70's, I asked him what the advances in surgery would be. His answer? "Not doing surgery"; yes, that is where I would direct my research today into surgery - mechanisms and methods of avoiding surgery. Why triple bipass, when you can stent?
     
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