The natural history of tarsal tunnel syndrome in diabetic subjects
One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Tibial nerve entrapment is highly prevalent in diabetic subjects, resulting in significantly more neuropathic complaints and concomitant sensory disturbances. The study aim was to assess the impact of tarsal tunnel syndrome and sensory loss at baseline on incident diabetic foot ulceration in diabetic patients, since decompressing the tibial nerve might change the natural history of the disease.
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