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Persistent plantar ulceration associated with midfoot Charcot deformity

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Persistent plantar ulceration associated with midfoot Charcot deformity

Elizabeth Mudge, Keith Harding, Rutger Schols, Wendy Davies
19 November 2013

This case report describes a patient with Charcot neuroarthropathy, which has developed as a complication of his type 2 diabetes. The case is further complicated by a persistent neuropathic plantar foot ulcer. Charcot deformity significantly increases the chance of ulcers developing. In cases of ulceration, prompt treatment from a specialist multidisciplinary team is vital.

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