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Table 4 Amputation Risk Rogers & Bevilaqua

From: Charcot stage 0: A review and consideratons for making the correct diagnosis early

  1. A combined anatomic and complexity classification of Charcot neuroarthropathy
  2. Adapted from Rogers and Belivqua [60]. Using both an anatomic model combined with level of complexity, it is clearly demonstrated that as one progresses both proximal (to the right on the graph) in anatomic location and/or toward osseous involvement (down on the graph), the risk of major amputation increases