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A paradigm shift is needed in diabetic foot care

25 January 2010

<p>This short paper explains why clinicians should place greater emphasis on the management of diabetic foot ulcers of neuroischaemic origin. It also calls for a new classification system to help decide when vascular intervention is necessary in patients with neuroischaemic ulcers.</p>

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