By | May 20, 2012


Pictures of the different types of gangrene with the case description. DermaAtlas is maintained by the John Hopkins University.


PowerPoint presentation with text and image by the  Sandra Reza and Lidia Torres of El Paso County Community College.

Gas Gangrene from emedicine with definition, pathophysiology, diagnosis, differentials and medical and surgical management


The Biochemistry of the Gas Gangrene Toxins (1947)

By E. Bidwell and W. E. Van Heyningen* (with an addendum by P. A. Charlwood)

 Wellcome Phy8iologicail Research Laboratories, Beckenham

ABC of arterial and venous disease BMJ



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