Treating Tinea Pedis In Patients With Diabetes

Lisa Matricciani, RN, and Sara Jones, PhD, MSc, BA, DipAppSci

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   For further reading, see “A Closer Look At Topicals For Tinea Pedis” in the September 2009 issue of Podiatry Today, “Addressing Onychomycosis In Patients With Diabetes” in the March 2012 issue or “How To Detect And Treat Tinea Pedis” in the January 2005 issue.

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