ESSR 2018 / P-0066
A step-by-step imaging tour of congenital abnormalities of the foot
Congress: ESSR 2018
Poster No.: P-0066
Type: Educational Poster
Keywords: Congenital, Normal variants, Plain radiographic studies, MR, CT, Musculoskeletal system
Authors: B. Sharif, M. Khoo; Stanmore/UK
DOI:10.1594/essr2018/P-0066

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