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The University of Texas Classification System of Diabetic Foot Ulcers classifies diabetic wounds using a system of:
What is pes cavus?
Using the Wagner classification system, you note that the patient presents with a deep ulcer that has an abscess. What Grade would this be?
Foot imprinter used to obtain tracing of foot, used to identify pressure points. This is know as:
The normal range for HbA1c is 4.7% - 5.2% for non diabetic patients. What is the American Diabetes recommended goal range for diabetics:
One principle of a total contact cast is...
Once the shoes and socks are removed you note that the patient has has a transtibial amputation of the lower leg distal to the tibial tuberosity. What type of amputation has this patient had:
An unpleasant abnormal sensation (burning sensation) whether spontaneous or evoked is know as:
According to the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) guidelines which of the following is true:
A 26-year-old woman who has had type 1 diabetes for 3 years. She is able to feel a monofilament  on both of her feet, however her heels are very dry and cracked. You should advise her to:

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