Complicated Diabetic Trophic Ulcer in Elderly People (Сase History)
Sensory, motor and autonomic neuropathies causing skin ulceration are considered to be the primary mechanisms for the development of diabetic ulcers. Ulcerative defect is usually developed under the influence of external factors - excessive pressure on certain parts of the foot, in particular the sole and toes, or in areas compressed with shoes.
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