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July 2, 1938

Practical Chiropody

JAMA. 1938;111(1):91. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790270093046

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Abstract

This small book discusses inflammatory lesions of the foot, verruca, and lesions of the nails, joints and skin. There are chapters on pads and plaster, therapeutic preparations and compounds, and instruments. It appears to be a satisfactory monograph on the subject of practical chiropody which can be recommended to the chiropodist and others who are interested in this subject. The illustrations are simple and instructive. The author is to be commended for keeping to the subject and not wandering over the human anatomy as has been done by others. He emphasizes the importance of good records.

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