Living in a medically underserved county is an independent risk factor for major limb amputation

Courtesy of Bill Marston and company by way of Joe Mills.  Living in a medically underserved county is an independent risk factor for major limb amputation Presented as a poster presentation at the Thirty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Southern Association of Vascular Surgery, Paradise Island, Bahamas, January 23-26, 2013. Katharine L. McGinigle , MD, MPH ,  Corey A. Kalbaugh , MS, MA ,  William A. Marston , MD Received 13 July 2013; accepted 18 September 2013. published online 18 November 2013.  Corrected Proof Objective Despite an increase in the incidence of hospital admissions for comorbid conditions, such as diabetes, the incidence of major limb amputation in North Carolina has decreased

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