Diabetic Neuro-Ischemic Foot Wounds: Does Primary Angioplasty Following an Angiosomes Model of Perfusion Improve the Fate of Minor Amputations and Influence the Global Limb Preservation Rates?


Vlad Alexandrescu, Gerard Hubermont and Gaetane Vincent
Princesse Paola Hospital, Marche-en-Famenne, Belgium, and others

Series: Metabolic Diseases – Laboratory and Clinical Research
BISAC: MED022000

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This new book assesses the clinical efficacy of primary angioplasty joined to minor amputations in terms of wound healing (clinical success) and limb preservation, with and without associating an “angiosomes model” for reperfusion. All the cases included in this work witnessed similar endo- or extraluminal techniques for revascularization, performed by the same team of interventionists in two distinct periods of our clinical experience (groups “A” and “B”). (Imprint: Nova)

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