New Modalities in the Chronic Ischemic Diabetic Foot Management

The diabetic population is increasing worldwide at a staggering rate. Diabetic foot ulcers are a major contributor to nontraumatic lower limb amputations and peripheral arterial disease is one of main contributing pathophysiologic causes of diabetic ulcers. The dire need to reduce complication and wound healing recovery period of the chronic ischemic diabetic foot (CIDF) is indispensable to limb salvage and improvement of quality of life of patients with CIDF

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New Modalities in the Chronic Ischemic Diabetic Foot Management

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