DIU de Podologie 2014 : Imagerie du pied et de la cheville (Vidéo)

DIU de Podologie 2014 : Imagerie du pied et de la cheville

Intervenant : Dr Edouard Daguet , cabinet de Radiologie Sainte Bénigne DIJON

Résumé : Présentation des incidences radiographiques des pieds, angles normaux et pathologiques à connaître dans l’exploration : angle de Djan Annonier, Ligne de Meary, Angle M1-M2, Angle M1 –M5, angle M1-P1, angle d’attaque ...
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