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Fecal incontinence clinical findings and evaluation, 446, 447 pathogenesis in diabetes, 446 Female sexual dysfunction (FSD), diabetes association and features, 469 Fidarestat, aldose reductase inhibition and clinical trials, 318 Fludrocortisone, orthostatic hypotension management, 421, 422 Foot ulcer amputation, 474, 475, 497 autonomic and motor neuropathy, 477, 478 classification schemes, 486, 487 clinical examination, 484-486 economic impact, 473 epidemiology, 474, 475 joint mobility restriction, 479 management debridement, 487-489 infection treatment, 490-492 platelet-derived growth factor, 492 pressure offloading, 489 skin substitutes, 492, 493 Wagner grades in treatment guidance grade 0, 494, 495 grade 1, 495, 496 grade 2, 496 grade 3, 496, 497 grade 4, 497 grade 5, 497 wound care, 492 neuropathy as risk factor, 23-26 pathway, 475, 476 peak plantar pressures, 478, 479 peripheral sensory neuropathy, 476 peripheral vascular disease impaired wound healing, 482, 483 macrocirculation, 479, 480 microcirculation, 480-482 risk assessment, 279, 280, 285-287, 484-486 risk factors, 474, 475, 483, 484

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