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An unusual complication of a foot burn in a patient with diabetes

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An unusual complication of a foot burn in a patient with diabetes

Anne Phillips, Daniel Tomkins, Ian Wilson, Jayne Robbie
27 May 2019

The authors of this article outline and illustrate a case of an unusual foot complication in a patient with type 2 diabetes and sarcoidosis, who went on to develop a large plantar foot verruca and nodular prurigo after getting accidently burned. Here they describe the patient’s dramatic wound healing journey in words and pictures.

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