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What I would most like to learn about managing diabetic foot infections

15 October 2013

<p>Diabetic foot infections are among the most common and costly complications of diabetes. In his guest editorial, Benjamin A. Lipsky considers the answers to questions relating to the diagnosis of causative pathogens, the effectiveness of topical antimicrobial therapy for mildly infected ulcers and the most appropriate way to treat diabetic foot osteomyelititis.</p>

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