Foot anthropometrics in individuals with diabetes compared with the general Swedish population: Implications for shoe design

Tables Supplement by Ulla Hellstrand Tang 1,2 , Jacqueline Siegenthaler 2 , Kerstin Hagberg 1,2 , Jon Karlsson 1 , Roy Tranberg 1 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 10 (3): 1 Background: The literature offers sparse information about foot anthropometrics in patients with diabetes related to foot length, foot width and toe height, although these measurements are important in shoe fitting.

Tables Supplement by Ulla Hellstrand Tang 1,2 , Jacqueline Siegenthaler 2 , Kerstin Hagberg 1,2 , Jon Karlsson 1 , Roy Tranberg 1 The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 10 (3): 1 Background: The literature offers sparse information about foot anthropometrics in patients with diabetes related to foot length, foot width and toe height, although these measurements are important in shoe fitting.

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Foot anthropometrics in individuals with diabetes compared with the general Swedish population: Implications for shoe design