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Debridement and wound healing using larval therapy

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Debridement and wound healing using larval therapy

Linda Rafter
1 March 2010

This article, the first in a two-part series, reports on the management of a patient who was newly diagnosed with diabetes and had developed two foot ulcers, which presented clinicians with complicated challenges if they were to save the patient’s limb. Management of these complex wounds often requires a careful, multidisciplinary approach.

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