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  1. trench foot definition: 1. a serious medical condition affecting a person's foot or feet in which the top layer of skin and. Learn more.
  2. Jun 02,  · can dogs get trench foot? my dog lives in the basement and its wet down there im scared he is going to get sick or trench foot what to do???? Answer Save. 2 Answers. Is there a reason your dog is in the wet basement? That is a unhealthy environment for a dog. Source(s): personal experience. 0 0 0. Login to reply the answers Post;.
  3. Trench foot is a condition of the foot resembling frostbite, caused by prolonged exposure to cold and dampness and often affecting soldiers in trenches.
  4. ↑ Ikaheimo T. Frostbite and Other Localized Cold Injuries. In: Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A comprehensive study guide. 7th ed. McGraw Hill Medical;
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  6. May 28,  · Trench foot is similar to frostbite, although it doesn’t require freezing water temperatures. It can develop in water temperatures up to 60 °F ( °C) and even occur while indoors. Trench foot can take less than a day of water exposure (as few as 12 hours) to develop.
  7. Trench foot causes infection in the feet. If not treated, gangrene can set in causing the foot to need to be amputated.
  8. Feb 27,  · Trench Foot is a fungal infection. Infamous in the trenches of the First World War. The disease can be acquired by constant wet or damp conditions, little ventilation, and cold conditions. The cold water in boots will cause veins and arteries to b.
  9. Trench foot is seldom seen nowadays although it once plagued the soldiers of WWI who stuck for days on end in the cold and wet of the trenches would develop this painful condition all to commonly. Soldiers feet would begin to deteriorate ultimately some would almost become "rotten" as skin injury led to secondary infection.

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