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Chapter 3 - Quiz


#1. Circulation problems to the foot are more common and severe in diabetics than non-diabetics.

#2. People with diabetes who smoke cigarettes, have high blood pressure and high blood cholesterol level are more prone to foot complications and amputation.

#3. Diabetic foot ulcer develops when there is a problem of blood circulation, but as long as there is no pain from foot ulcer, it is not a concern.

#4. If you have a circulation problem in the feet and legs, you need protective shoes and proper orthotics in shoes to prevent skin irritation.

#5. When you experience cramps or pain in the calf, thigh or buttock, but are relieved by walking, you should let your doctor know immediately.