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Calcaneal Bone Osteomyelitis

From Applied Radiology Radiological Case of the Month Calcaneal Bone Osteomyelitis Posted 08/04/2004 Walter Silbert, MD; Maroun Karam, MD Case Summary A 51-year-old white man with a medical history significant for Type I diabetes mellitus and peripheral vascular disease necessitating multiple prior distal amputations presented with increasing right foot pain. He reported no recent trauma or corticosteroid therapy. Physical examination revealed prior transmetatarsal amputation and a large nonhealing ulcer that penetrated deeply to the lateral aspect of the ankle. In addition, erythema, warmth, and edema of the leg and foot were noted, leading to a strong clinical suspicion of osteomyelitis

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Limb Salvage Healing a Patient with Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Foot and Leg

Limb Salvage Using Living Bilayered Cell Therapy and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy: Healing a Patient with Necrotizing Fasciitis of the Foot and Leg

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Necrotizing Fasciitis

Diving Medicine Articles Necrotizing Fasciitis A DAN Member's Brush With the Rare Flesh-Eating Disease Ends Well By Laurie Gowen, DAN Medical Information Specialist What's necrotizing fasciitis? The quick answer is that it's an insidious infection of the soft tissue that causes death of the infected area. It can ruin a perfectly good dive trip, or worse.

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