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Continuing Medical Education - Vol 28, No 4 (2010)

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Table of Contents

Articles

What is the diabetic foot?
The rising prevalence of diabetes worldwide will mean an increasing prevalence of complications such as those of the extremities.
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M Forlee 152-156
Principles of management of vascular problems in the diabetic foot: A multidisciplinary approach accounting for the complex pathobiology and biomechanics of the diabetic foot is crucial to decrease the rate of amputations. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Tudhope 158-163
Lower limb amputation for ischaemia with special reference to the diabetic patient: The ultimate goal after amputation is rehabilitation to the limit of what the patient can achieve. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JV Robbs 164-170
Charcot’s osteoarthropathy: An increased awareness of this condition may help in enabling an earlier diagnosis, instituting appropriate treatment, and preventing severe deformity and disability. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T Johnson 171-175
Diabetic foot ulcers – evidence-based wound management: A diabetic foot ulcer should be regarded as a medical emergency. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Wier 176-180
Avoiding foot complications in diabetes: Foot complications in diabetes are serious and costly. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Clarke 181-185
Treatment of diabetic neuropathy in the lower limb: Signs and symptoms of diabetic neuropathy may precede the onset of diabetes. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Tudhope 186-189


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