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Research Article

Screening for Osteomyelitis Using Thermography in Patients with Diabetic Foot

Figure 1

Thermographic patterns in patients with diabetic foot. (a): Periwound pattern, (a)-1: example of the periwound pattern: ulcer in the sole. (a)-2: Thermographic image of (a)-1. Distribution of increased skin temperature is found in the periwound area. (b): Ankle pattern, (b)-1: example of the ankle pattern: ulcer in the fourth toe. (b)-2: Thermographic image of (b)-1. Distribution of increased skin temperature extends from the fourth toe to the ankle (arrows). (c): Knee pattern, (c)-1: example of the knee pattern: ulcer in the sole. (c)-2: Thermographic image of (c)-1. Distribution of increased skin temperature extends to the knee (arrow). (b)-1 and (b)-2 are reproduced from [10], with permission of the Journal of Wound Care.
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