Versatility of Intrinsic Muscle Flaps for the Diabetic Charcot Foot

Bone, joint, and/or tendon exposure following surgical debridement of diabetic foot infections requires careful consideration when choosing appropriate closure methods. The unique architecture of the foot, coupled with the functional demands of mobilization, makes soft tissue reconstruction for plantar defects especially challenging.

Bone, joint, and/or tendon exposure following surgical debridement of diabetic foot infections requires careful consideration when choosing appropriate closure methods. The unique architecture of the foot, coupled with the functional demands of mobilization, makes soft tissue reconstruction for plantar defects especially challenging.

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Versatility of Intrinsic Muscle Flaps for the Diabetic Charcot Foot