Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot
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American Diabetes Association, 2010.
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9781580403474

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David G. Armstrong, M., David G. Armstrong, M., & Lawrence A. Lavery, M. (2010). Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot . American Diabetes Association.

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David G. Armstrong, M.D, M.D.|AUTHOR David G. Armstrong and M.P.H.|AUTHOR Lawrence A. Lavery. 2010. Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot. American Diabetes Association.

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David G. Armstrong, M.D, M.D.|AUTHOR David G. Armstrong and M.P.H.|AUTHOR Lawrence A. Lavery. Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot American Diabetes Association, 2010.

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David G. Armstrong, M.D., M.D.|AUTHOR David G. Armstrong, and M.P.H.|AUTHOR Lawrence A. Lavery. Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot American Diabetes Association, 2010.

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