Bullosis diabeticorum: case report and review

Angela J Zhang, Michele Garret, Steven Miller
New Zealand Medical Journal 2013 March 15, 126 (1371): 91-4
Assessment of the foot is an essential component of clinical examination of the patient with diabetes. As the prevalence of diabetes in New Zealand is increasing rapidly, a growing number of clinical encounters will involve individuals with diabetes. We present a case of bullosis diabeticorum, review the important clinical features and propose a management strategy for this rare dermatological complication of longstanding diabetes.

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