Serious hand sepsis and diabetes mellitus: specific tropical syndrome with western counterparts.


Infection in the extremities of diabetic patients most commonly involves the feet and, at least in western societies, is often associated with chronic complications of diabetes. Severe hand infection, often culminating in amputation and even death, is, however, well-described in tropical countries, where it may not be associated with any evidence of… (More)


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