United States soldiers affected by 'trench foot' during World War II are treated in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1944 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
A medical condition 'trench foot' of U.S. soldiers which was caused by prolonged exposure of the feet to damp and cold conditions during World War II. The soldiers walk through ankle deep water. A mild case of trench foot shows affected feet of a soldier. The soldier walks after his recovery. A moderate case of trench foot shows affected feet of a soldier. Red and dry feet of the soldier. Fungal infected feet. The feet of the soldier after treatment and healing. The soldier talks with a nurse. A severe case shows the feet of a U.S. sergeant affected with gangrene. The feet of the sergeant are treated. Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington DC.
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