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    Jarrett D. Cain, MaCalus V. Hogan, editors.
    Summary: Injuries of the foot and ankle can be debilitating and lead to chronic instabilities that can impede the daily activities of patients. As a result, it requires a solid understanding of foot and ankle anatomy and pathology in order to diagnosis these types of injuries and establish a clear treatment regimen for the patient to be functional and prevent long-term complications. For the foot and ankle specialist, the understanding of the injury patterns and treatment algorithms continues to evolve with the addition of new information on non-surgical and surgical techniques that are continuing to be introduced to the medical community. However, it is important to determine how the latest developments and treatment advances are disseminated through an evidence-based approach, to allow for proper evaluation of their usefulness as well as how to properly initiate and perform these treatments during patient care. To that end, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis and management of muscle, tendon and ligament injuries of the foot and ankle. Opening with a review of diagnostic and imaging procedures, focused, concise chapters then describe the current evaluation and management strategies for a wide variety of soft tissue conditions, including turf toe, Lisfranc injuries, acute and chronic later ankle injuries, subtalar joint injuries, peroneal tendon injuries, and Achilles tendon injuries, among others. Each chapter brings together and reviews the latest literature on the topic, offering evidence-based guidelines for foot and ankle specialists, orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists as well as residents, fellows and all staff involved in the treatment of these injuries and conditions.

    Imaging of Soft tissue Injuries of the Foot and Ankle
    Turf Toe Injuries
    Plantar Plate Injuries
    Lisfranc Injuries
    Anterior Tibial Tendon Injuries
    Peroneal Tendon Injuries
    Posterior Tibial Tendon Injuries
    Plantar Fascia Injuries
    Medial Deltoid Ligament Injuries
    Lateral Ankle Ligament Injuries
    Syndesmotic Injuries
    Achilles Tendon Injuries.
    Digital Access Springer 2022