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Surgical techniques for Bone Biopsy in Diabetic Foot Infection, and association between results and treatment duration.

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Surgery is an important part of the management of patients diagnosed with DFO. It consists in some selected patients, to remove all or part of the infected bone(s) or even to amputate all or part of the foot. Despite the use of sophisticated imaging techniques, it is however difficult to remove all the infected tissue while respecting the principles of an economical surgery. Bone biopsy performed at the margins of the resection permits to identify residual osteomyelitis and to adjust the post-surgical antibiotic treatment. Some recent studies have reported the way to perform bone margin biopsies and have assessed the impact of the bone results on the patient's outcome. However, the real impact of a residual osteomyelitis on the risk of recurrent DFO is still debated and questions regarding the interpretation of the results remain to be solved. Similarly, the consequences in terms of choice and duration of the antimicrobial treatment to use in case of positive bone margin are not clearly established.
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hal-04328672 , version 1 (07-12-2023)

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Eric Senneville, Donatienne Joulie, Nicolas Blondiaux, Olivier Robineau. Surgical techniques for Bone Biopsy in Diabetic Foot Infection, and association between results and treatment duration.. Journal of Bone and Joint Infection, 2020, Journal of Bone and Joint Infection, 5, pp.198-204. ⟨10.7150/jbji.45338⟩. ⟨hal-04328672⟩
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