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Trench foot is an uncommon cold related injury that was common in soldiers fighting in the trenches where the conditions were very damp, cold and dirty. It is also called a non-freezing cold injury (frostbit is a freezing cold injury) and the pathophysiology is related to chilblains. Trench foot tends to occurs these days in outdoors adventure type sports and in those who work in the cold storage industry.

For more, see:
http://podiapaedia.org/wiki/peripheral-vascular-disease/trench-foot/
http://www.podiatry-uk.co.uk/trench-foot/48/
http://www.podiatrybooks.co.uk/trench-foot/418/