Publication year: 2012 Source: Foot and Ankle Surgery Martinus Richter, Stefan Zech Background An operative four-stage regimen (stage 1, debridement; stage 2, closure; stage 3, unloading; stage 4, correction) for operative treatment of diabetic foot ulcer with deformity, and first clinical results are introduced. Methods and results 335 patients entered stage 1 between 01/09/2006 and 31/08/2010.
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