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Figure 85.1
Substance P immunoreactive nerve endings in the epidermis of human skin.
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Figure 85.5
Typical neuropathic ulcers with surrounding hyperkeratosis under metatarsal heads.
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Figure 85.9
Probing a neuropathic wound: (a) probe in position, (b) with probe removed.
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Figure 85.2
Substance P fibres ending in Meissner's corpuscles of skin.
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Figure 85.6
Neuropathic ulcer with hyperkeratosis removed.
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Figure 85.10
Aircast Walker's® boot.
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Figure 85.3
Vasoactive intestinal peptide immunoreactive fibres surround secretory cells of eccrine sweat gland.
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Figure 85.7
Clawing of feet occurring in neuropathic foot with painless damage to the skin on the great toe.
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Figure 85.11
Tuft of hair in association with spina bifida.
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Figure 85.4
Peptide histidine methionine immunoreactive fibres surround eccrine sweat glands.
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Figure 85.8
Bailey® nylon monofilament assessing sensory loss on neuropathic foot.