plantar ulcer


plantar ulcer
a deep neurotrophic ulcer of the sole of the foot, resulting from repeated injury because of lack of sensation in the part; seen with diseases such as diabetes mellitus and leprosy. Called also penetrating u. of foot and mal perforant du pied.

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