Diabetic foot ulcer managed with platelet rich plasma- A case report & review
Author(s): Prem Sirithilaka
Abstract: Diabetic foot is a frequent site for complication in DM. Ulceration occurs as a result of trauma in the presence of neuropathy and/or peripheral vascular disease with infection as a secondary phenomenon following disruption of the protective epidermis. We recorded a case of diabetic foot ulcer in 58 year old female patient managed with platelet rich plasma (PRP).
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