A Closer Look At Endoscopic Nerve Decompression For Morton’s ‘Neuroma’
- Volume 25 - Issue 7 - July 2012
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Dr. Dauphinée is the President of the Texas Podiatric Medical Association. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, a Fellow of the American College of Certified Wound Specialists and a Fellow of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons.
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Editor’s note: For related articles, see “A Guide To Endoscopic Decompression For Intermetatarsal Neuromas” in the September 2011 issue, “Point-Counterpoint: Nerve Decompression In Diabetic Patients: Should It Be Done?” in the June 2005 issue or “Nerve Decompression Study Offers Provocative Findings” in the November 2005 issue.