How to treat gunshot wounds in the foot and ankle

01/14/2014 | Podiatry Today magazine

Gunshot wounds in the lower extremities often involve damage to muscle, tendon, nerves, vascular supply and bone, and many require specialized reconstruction and wound care. Podiatric surgeons Brandon James, Lawrence Fallat and Pamela Morrison review ballistics, tissue damage and the principles involved in assessing and managing gunshot wounds in the foot and ankle.

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