International Journal of Endocrinology / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Establishing Differences in Thermographic Patterns between the Various Complications in Diabetic Foot Disease

Table 1

Tukey test to compare mean temperatures between the two groups.

Sample sizeMeanStd. deviation value

Toe 1Neuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD12127.832.6370.000
Healthy and DM healthy12325.523.473
Toe 2Neuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD12827.382.8990.000
Healthy and DM healthy12225.123.452
Toe 3Neuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD13127.332.8860.000
Healthy and DM healthy12325.193.476

Toe 4Neuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD12527.272.9260.000
Healthy and DM healthy12325.213.317
Toe 5Neuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD12527.292.8520.000
Healthy and DM healthy12325.383.238
Medial forefootNeuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD13528.672.4540.000
Healthy and DM healthy12326.882.874

Central forefootNeuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD13428.352.4740.000
Healthy and DM healthy12326.682.835
Lateral forefootNeuropathic, neuroischaemic, and PAD13028.582.3740.000
Healthy and DM healthy12326.802.861

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