The Diabetic Foot
Patients with diabetic foot may present as an emergency with sepsis (with or without ischaemia); they may also present with tissue loss.
KeywordsAutonomic Neuropathy Surgical Debridement Limb Salvage Rate Lower Limb Ischaemia Lumbricalis Muscle
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