Trabecular Quality and Cellular Characteristics of Normal, Diabetic, and Charcot Bone – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Charcot neuroarthropathy (CN) is a disabling and devastating condition that affects many neuropathic diabetic patients. It can lead to foot deformity, ulceration, and lower extremity amputation. The pathogenesis of CN is not clear, but one possible predisposing factor is increased bone turnover and increased osteoclastic activity.

Abstract: Charcot neuroarthropathy (CN) is a disabling and devastating condition that affects many neuropathic diabetic patients. It can lead to foot deformity, ulceration, and lower extremity amputation. The pathogenesis of CN is not clear, but one possible predisposing factor is increased bone turnover and increased osteoclastic activity.

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Trabecular Quality and Cellular Characteristics of Normal, Diabetic, and Charcot Bone – Corrected Proof