Table 1: Patients demography, clinical situation, ulcer location and size, and time to healing.

PatientAgeGenderDiabetes duration (year)Glycated hemoglobin (%)Cause of ulcerComorbidityUlcer locationUlcer Size (cm)Duration of ulcerTake of skin graftTime to healingFollow-up
months

162F2510.2Pressure soreRenal failure; hypertension;
hyperlipidemia
Right heel4 × 74 monthsComplete2 weeks12
225F57.1Falling downRheumatoid arthritisRight ankle5 × 82 yearsComplete3 weeks13
382F116.8CellulitisHypertensionRight lower leg3 × 52 monthsComplete2 weeks13
447M76.5Traffic accidentNilRight lower leg4 × 53 monthsComplete3 weeks10
565M66.0Stasis dermatitisVaricose vein
Hypertension
Left lower leg15 × 10
5 × 7
6 monthsComplete2 weeks10
680F108.2Falling downperipheral arterial
occlusive disease
Hypertension
Right ankle3 × 53 monthsComplete2 weeks19
772F85.5Contusion injuryHypertension
Cervix Ca.
Left heel8 × 102 months3 × 3 cm2 skin graft lossResidual ulcerPassed away
2 years after surgery
845F137.7Infrared radiation burnSpinal cavernous angioma s/p OP with paralysisRight ankle6 × 102 monthsComplete3 weeks18