Clinical Study

Wound Morphology and Topography in the Diabetic Foot: Hurdles in Implementing Angiosome-Guided Revascularization

Table 3

Wound composition in diabetic feet ( ).

Wound compositionRevascularization strategy

Feet with toe wounds exclusively85 (45.9%)85 anterior or posterior tibial artery revascularization
Feet with toe wounds and proximal wounds33 (17.8%)
 Wounds that could be unambiguously classified
16 (8.6%)
5 (2.7%)
=212 additional peroneal artery revascularisation
14 additional argument for anterior tibial revascularisation
3 additional argument for posterior tibial revascularisation
2 proximal wounds suggest treatment of both tibial arteries
  None12 (6.5%)?
Feet with proximal wounds exclusively67 (36.2%)
 Wounds that could be unambiguously classified
  All50 (27.0%)=6149 revascularization of a single BTK artery
  Some11 (5.9%)12 revascularization of two BTK arteries
  None6 (3.2%)?