МОRPHOLOGY OF THE DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME
Local morphological changes were studied in dynamics in 215 patients, suffering diabetic foot syndrome. While an adequate local treatment conduction, in accordance to the standards elaborated, the histological investigations data have shown the oedema, the cellular infiltration and microcirculatory disorders reduction in the wound boundary zone. In 1 week of treatment in biopsies a young granulating tissue was observed, consisting of big quantity of vascular loops, oriented perpendicularly towards the wound surface and multiple bundles of fibroblasts. In a period of 2 weeks an active multilayered wound defect epithelization was seen. The stratum creeps, right from the skin secured, covering the wound surface.