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Wound-related pain is underestimated in patients with diabetic foot ulcers.

Bengtsson, L; Jonsson, M and Apelqvist, Jan LU (2008) In Journal of wound care 17(10). p.433-435
Abstract
Few studies have assessed pain in neuropathic and neuroischaemic foot ulcers. This pilot study found that patients with these ulcers do experience pain, and that the intensity and nature of the pain was similar in both types of ulcer.
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Journal of wound care
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433 - 435
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Emap Healthcare Limited
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0969-0700
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English
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