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Low prevalence of previous lower limb revascularisation in patients with diabetes and acute Charcot foot: results from a case-control study.

vs. 29.8%, P<0.05), while the age-adjusted prevalence of coronary artery disease and stroke did not significantly differ (41.7 vs. 38.3%, P>0.05). Conclusions: Charcot foot in diabetes only seems ...

Negative determinants of diabetic foot ulcer healing: 6-month follow-up of a large multicentre cohort

contralateral ulcer(s) at presentation reduced predicted 6-month healing probability by 27.1%, presence of peripheral artery disease by 21.1%, presence of midfoot/heel ulcers (vs. toe) by 19.7%, presence of ...

Initiative for quality improvement and epidemiology among children and adolescents with diabetes (IQECAD)

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Kris Doggen; Debacker,N.; Viviane Van Casteren Source: 40ste Jaarlijkse Congres van de Belgische Vereniging voor Kindergeneeskunde, BVK-SBP, Issue BVK-SBP, Brussels, Belgium (2012) A ...

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