Impact of Podiatry Resident Experience Level in Hallux Valgus Surgery on Postoperative Outcomes

Impact of Podiatry Resident Experience Level in Hallux Valgus Surgery on Postoperative Outcomes Adam E. Fleischer et al Journal of Surgical Research; Article in Press Quote: Background Despite modern advancements in transosseous fixation and operative technique, hallux valgus (i.e., bunion) surgery is still associated with a higher than usual amount of patient dissatisfaction, and is generally recognized as a complex and nuanced procedure requiring precise osseous and capsulotendon balancing. It stands to reason then that familiarity and skill level of trainee surgeons might impact surgical outcomes in this surgery

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Impact of Podiatry Resident Experience Level in Hallux Valgus Surgery on Postoperative Outcomes

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