By Nicholas Giovinco, DPM, John Miller, BS, and David Armstrong, DPM, MD, PhD
As the technology of three-dimensional printing becomes more ubiquitous, these authors note that 3D printing could be a viable adjunct for surgical planning and orthotic fabrication, and suggest that increased access to this technology may have broader implications on healthcare delivery in the future.
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By Michael B. Canales, DPM, FACFAS, Grace Chuang, DPM, Mark C. Razzante, DPM, MA, and Coleman O. Clougherty, DPM, MA
When it comes to fixation options, surgeons have an abundance of choices. These authors share how Kirschner wire and Steinmann pin fixation can be valuable in a variety of procedures.
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By Gabriel Urrea-Botero, MD
When other modalities fail to heal chronic wounds, this author suggests that continuous diffusion of oxygen could be a viable adjunct or stand-alone therapy, and shares a few case studies from his clinical experience.
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