- •Reduced GLASS IP grade severity meant good candidacy for partial revascularization.
- •Degree of infrapopliteal arterial lesion is crucial for revascularization for CLTI.
- •This validated WIfI classification and GLASS for wound healing prediction postoperatively.
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