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Chapter 9 - Quiz


#1. Diabetics should not have foot surgery because of a healing problem.

#2. Any diabetic feet with high probability of foot ulcers and infection should be considered for corrective foot surgeries before problems begin.

#3. Poorly controlled blood sugar level leads to poor recovery from foot surgery.

#4. It is very common that any surgery or accidental cutting on the foot can lead to gangrene.

#5. In some diabetics, corrective surgery for bunions, hammertoe, callus and nail problems can be beneficial.