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Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery: A Paradigm Shift

  • Mariano de PradoEmail author
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Abstract

Over the last few years, Foot Surgery has come to be recognised as a major Orthopaedic subspecialty.

Keywords

Invasive Technique Entry Portal Gentle Pressure Abductor Hallucis Invasive Surgical Approach 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of OrthopaedicsHospital USP San CarlosMurciaEspaña

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