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Ethnic differences in plantar pressures in diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Apr 5, 2008.

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    Ethnic differences in plantar pressures in diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathy.
    Solano MP, Prieto LM, Varon JC, Moreno M, Boulton AJ
    Diabet Med. 2008 Apr;25(4):505-7
     
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    Not entirely related, but Kristiaan D'Aout from the Functional Morphology department of the University of Antwerp has also done some interesting comparisons between Caucasian and Indian feet. The latter group probably also had a lot of diabetics involved
     
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