Diabetes Co-occurring With CMT1A Led to Misdiagnosis

Diabetes Co-occurring With CMT1A Led to Misdiagnosis

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Diabetes Co-occurring With CMT1A Led to Misdiagnosis

A man with a rare case of diabetes complicating Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) had a recurrent foot ulcer that originally was misdiagnosed as diabetic foot. That finding in a case report describes how the overlap in symptoms from the two conditions can be challenging, and how treating the ulcer with a simple offloading device resulted in sustained therapeutic benefit. The report, “Diabetes coexistent with Charcot‐Marie‐Tooth disease presenting as a recurrent foot ulcer misdiagnosed as diabetic foot:…

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