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What is Diabetic Foot?

Description of the disease

Diabetic foot is a complication of diabetes mellitus characterized by damage to the nerves and blood vessels of the lower extremities.


  • Neuropathic (associated with nerve damage)
  • Ischemic (associated with impaired blood circulation)
  • Mixed (combination of neuropathy and ischemia)


  • Tingling and numbness in the feet
  • Pain in the feet
  • Ulcers or purulent lesions
  • Changes in the shape of the foot


The cause of diabetic foot is high levels of sugar in the blood, which leads to damage to the nerves and blood vessels.


Diabetic foot is diagnosed through a clinical examination, measurement of blood pressure in the lower extremities, and special tests for sensitivity and permeability.


Treatment of diabetic foot includes controlling blood sugar levels, foot care, wearing special footwear, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


Prevention of diabetic foot includes maintaining normal sugar levels, regular foot care, and wearing comfortable shoes.


Treatment of diabetic foot is carried out by an endocrinologist, surgeon, as well as medical specialists in the field of vascular surgery and rehabilitation.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.