Developing an evidence-based clinical pathway for the assessment, diagnosis and management of acute Charcot neuro-arthropathy

Milne, Tamara; Rogers, Joseph; Kinnear, Ewan; Martin, Helen; Lazzarini, Peter; Quinton, Thomas; Boyle, Frances
June 2013
Journal of Foot & Ankle Research;2013, Vol. 6 Issue Suppl 1, p1
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Developing an evidence-based clinical pathway for the assessment, diagnosis and management of acute Charcot neuro-arthropathy" by Tamara Milne and colleagues is presented.


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