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Loredana Rizzo, Anna Tedeschi, Eliana Fallani, Alberto Coppelli, Valerio Vallini, Elisabetta Iacopi and Alberto Piaggesi
Neuropathic Ulcers in High-Risk Diabetic Foot Patients
Custom-Made Orthesis and Shoes in a Structured Follow-Up Program Reduces the Incidence of
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