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Foot disorders as a risk factor for venous disease

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Jul 6, 2011.

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    Static foot disorders: a major risk factor for chronic venous disease?
    Uhl JF, Chahim M, Allaert FA.
    Phlebology. 2011 Jul 4. [Epub ahead of print]

     
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    Association of foot and ankle characteristics with progression of venous disease.
    Kim TI, Forbang NI, Criqui MH, Allison MA
    Vasc Med. 2015 Apr;20(2):105-111.
     
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    Transverse Flatfoot is a Potential Risk Factor for
    Development of Varicose Veins in the Lower Extremities of
    Middle-Aged Women

    Bakhmetev AS et al
    Clinics in Surgery - Vascular Surgery 2017; 2: 1552
     
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