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Brachymetatarsia: a review and case study


, : Brachymetatarsia: a review and case study. Journal of Foot Surgery 22(3): 257-262

Brachymetatarsia is a perplexing podiatric abnormality. Various surgical approaches have been discussed and the methods of surgical treatment detailed. Each patient must be individually evaluated and the appropriate procedure chosen.

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