In the new volume of Extreme cases from podological practice, the author, Dr. med. Norbert Scholz, has introduced 100 podiatry cases treated with interdisciplinary cooperation between doctor and podiatrist. He understands the concept of podiatry in its true meaning as study of the feet, since podiatry for him is more than just cutting nails and removing hard skin. The book describes the progress of some extreme cases which do not appear every day in the podology practice, but can occur. Progress is sometimes documented with photographs over several years. It is not possible for most foot experts to observe the progress of their patients diseases and healing progress to the end so closely for such a long period - though some may not have a successful outcome. The book does have this advantage, and it is the only one currently on the market in this form. It is therefore to be recommended for both beginners in medical podiatry and for experienced podiatrists and doctors.