Podiatry Student Handbook provides high-yield rapid-review material for the podiatric student learning to understand the essentials of foot and ankle pathology and surgery. Designed to fit in a pocket, this handbook is organized by breaking down each pathology into the following sections: etiology, epidemiology, risk factors, natural history, diagnosis, and treatment. The handbook covers some of the most common pathology including diabetes, infections and wound care, neurology, vascular, dermatology, nails, bone diseases and soft tissue tumors, first ray pathology, forefoot pathology and arthridities, pes planus, pes cavus, Achilles and rearfoot pathology, trauma, pediatrics, radiology, biomechanics, pharmacology, bioinformatics, and much more. This evidence-based handbook includes references from some of the most landmark foot and ankle articles including those from the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery (JFAS), Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS), and Foot and Ankle International (FAI). Bulleted lists combined with tables and diagrams help organize the material in a quick-reference format for students and residents alike to review high-yield material found on board exams
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Eric Shi graduated from College of Podiatric Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California and is currently a Foot and Ankle Surgery Resident at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara
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