35th Charing Cross Features ILEG-X Section and "Toe and Flow" #ILEGx #Cx35

The 35th Charing Cross Vascular Symposium again attracted several thousand physicians, surgeons and researchers to Olympia in London this week. The section on Diabetic Foot Care, now termed “ILEGx Collaboration Day” featured key members of the team from around the world. “I applaud Prof. Mike Edmonds and his King’s College team for again putting on such a great symposium”, noted Prof. David G. Armstrong, Director of the University of Arizona’s Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA). “He was able to tie together the entire spectrum of lower extremity disease seamlessly.” The symposium, which concludes today, was held at massive National Hall, Olympia and featured a novel “theatre in the round” multimedia and audiovisual format.

From L: Profs. Edmonds, Armstrong, Shearman and Ferraresi before morning sessions.

Armstrong lecturing on reconstructive diabetic foot surgery

David G. Armstrong

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