Tucson Citizen Article – UA research may lead to fewer limb amputations


UA research may lead to fewer limb amputations

ALAN FISCHER

A University of Arizona study on wound shapes could help people with chronic wounds avoid limb amputations.
Round wounds have a better chance of healing – and heal more quickly – than wounds with a lot of concavities or squiggles, said Dr. David G. Armstrong, UA professor of surgery and directo…

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