A global perspective regarding the complications of diabetic foot is presented in this profound book. Over the last few years, diabetes mellitus has increasingly garnered attention as a global epidemic. The effect of diabetes is promptly apparent in its occurrence in foot complexities across cultures and continents. In this innovative compilation of works by international experts, the explosion of foot disease in locations which must readily deal with both mobilizing medical expertise and shaping public policy to best prevent and treat these severe complications have been reviewed. In other locations of the world where diabetic foot complexities have been sadly much prevalent, diagnostic testing and improved treatments have been developed in response. A large portion of this book has been dedicated to probing the latest advancements in basic and clinical research on the diabetic foot. This book provides an extensive understanding of the pathophysiologic process of diabetic foot complications, which will aid in reducing their distressing impact on a global scale.