2015, Number 1-2
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ABSTRACTThe beneficial effects of ozone are associated with an improvement in the health status, so much that it is being used as a medical therapy in many diseases. In this paper, a clinical case is presented of a patient with diabetic foot with clinical characteristics of neuroischemia and who was previously treated with ozone therapy.
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