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A Clinical Study on the Diabetic Foot Lesions
Diabetes Metab J. 1989;13(1):39-45.

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CLASSIFICATION OF FOOT LESIONS IN DIABETIC PATIENTS
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A Microbiological Study of Diabetic Foot Lesions
Diabetic Medicine. 1985;2(3):213-216   Crossref logo
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Outcome of foot examinations in Tanzanian and Swedish diabetic patients, a comparative study
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Consensus Conference on hyperbaric oxygen in the treatment of foot lesions in diabetic patients
The Foot. 1999;9(2):53-55   Crossref logo
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On the evaluation, prevention, and treatment of diabetic foot lesions
Journal of Diabetic Complications. 1989;3(4):211-219   Crossref logo
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Prediction of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Occurrence Using Commonly Available Clinical Information: The Seattle Diabetic Foot Study
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Diabetic Foot Complications: Foot Deformities, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Claudication, Foot Ulcers, and Amputation
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The Description and Classification of Diabetic Foot Lesions
Diabetic Medicine. 1993;10(7):676-679   Crossref logo
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The Use of Non-invasive Vascular Assessment in Diabetic Patients with Foot Lesions
Diabetic Medicine. 1996;13:S39-S42   Crossref logo
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The influence of beliefs about health and illness on foot care in diabetic subjects with severe foot lesions: a comparison of foreign- and Swedish-born individuals
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