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Specialist Dr Howard Oakely diagnosed a "gross" case of nonfreezing cold injury - trench foot - and wrote in his medical report: "I am very concerned that he appears to have been deterred from seeking medical attention and has suffered from pain for over a year.
During the winter of 1914-15 over 20,000 men in the British Army were treated for trench foot.
He said he believed Mr Bullimore could have trench foot, which is caused by prolonged exposure to non- freezing cold water.
Dr Rob Atenstaedt, from the North Wales Public Health Team, has spoken about the horrors of trench diseases such as trench foot and fever.
Clearly there were many soldiers who received serious injuries as a result of direct conict but trench foot and trench fever were also serious enough to result in removal from front-line service.
So if you live in a house with a resident duck population expect trench foot.
By the end of the century sea levels will have risen by as much as a lot less than a metre and civilisation is likely to be ended by trench foot.
London, Dec 19 (ANI): Actor Jeremy Irvine, star of the First World War epic 'War Horse,' has revealed that he developed trench foot while shooting for the film.
NO THANKS : Feet in the early stages of trench foot, delirious from insomnia and malnutrition and queuing for the loo.
I lost all my toenails, I had trench foot and really pushed myself to the limit, and this is going to be so much harder.
Asked if she'd like to take her turn getting trench foot on the Pyramid stage, Beyonce said: "It would be really amazing.
My abiding memory, thanks to the trench foot I'm still being treated for, is braving the ankle-deep mud and bullet rain while 20 kids chased a caseball.