Novel method of aut o-photo elicitation and qualitative interviews in people with diabetes and active Charcot foot demonstrate the severe impact of diagnosis of a Charcot foot and its long-term management with total contact casting on patient's perceived quality of life and sense of wellbeing

J. Lucas, Simon Otter, Channine Clarke, Adrian Bone, N. Petrova, M. Edmonds

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