Diabetic foot

A chronic, pathological complication associated with diabetes mellitus, where retinal damages are incurred due to microaneurysms in the vasculature of the retina, progressively leading to abnormal blood vessel growth, and swelling and leaking of fluid from blood vessels, resulting in vision loss or blindness.

Disease Alternative Name

diabetic retinopathy
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Above knee Amputation in Case of Diabetic foot With Gangrene

60 yr male with kco DM on Inj HM Came to my opd with Right diabetic foot with Maggots infestation with necrosis of unde...See More

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As this pt is in septicemia when came to me so I have no option of salvaging limb but do extensive debridement....that's done but intraop muscle Necrosis and destruction of tendons made me feel better to do amputation as pt is old age and i...


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SN Medical College, Agra

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Remained Incharge Medical Officer with Hon'Ble C.M of J and K for More Than 20 Years from Jan 2000 To October 2020

Govt. Medical College, Jammu

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Dr KUTE HOSPITAL

Govt. Medical College Miraj

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Bangalore, Karnataka, India
995 followers
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Kurnool
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Sepuri Endocrine & Diabetes Center

Chief Endocrinologist & Diabetologist for the Last 25 Years

Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom

Masters Degree in Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes

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Speaks English, Hindi, Telugu

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