Wet Gangrene Of The Foot

Gangrene complicated with infection (wet gangrene) in a patient with longstanding type 2 diabetes. Redness and edema, due to infection, extended up to the lower third of the tibia (Figure 7.23). In this patient a below-knee amputation was necessary.

Keywords: Wet gangrene

Figure 7.17 Digital subtraction angiography of the foot illustrated in Figure 7.16, showing multiple sites of stenosis in right superficial femoral artery. (Courtesy of C. Liapis)

Figure 7.18 Digital subtraction angiography of the foot shown in Figures 7.16 and 7.17. Stent inserted in right superficial femoral artery. (Courtesy of C. Liapis)

Figure 7.19 Digital subtraction angiography. Severe stenoses in the right superficial femoral artery with extensive collateral vessel development. (Courtesy of C. Liapis)

Figure 7.19 Digital subtraction angiography. Severe stenoses in the right superficial femoral artery with extensive collateral vessel development. (Courtesy of C. Liapis)

Angiography Stenosis Superficial Femoral
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