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Plantar pressures in diabetes with no known neuropathy

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Nov 30, 2012.

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    Plantar pressures in diabetes with no known neuropathy.
    Syed N, Maiya AG, Hanifa N, Goud S.
    J Diabetes. 2012 Nov 28
     
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    I don't understand the logic of this statement! How can it be that in one foot the met heads were overloaded in terms of pressure magnitude in only the diabetic subjects and that there was no significant difference in pressure between groups non diabetic and diabetic???

    Dave Smith
     
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