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391 Possible Causes for Deep Foot Creases, Intermittent Claudication

  • Foot Deformity

    […] examination usually reveals a rigid foot with a “reversed” arch, a convex plantar surface, and a deep crease on the lateral dorsal side of the foot.[] […] arthrogryposis (multiple joint contractures present at birth) and meningomyelocele, which might be present in up to 60 percent of children with congenital vertical talus. 10, 13 The foot[] […] arthrogryposis (multiple joint contractures present at birth) and meningomyelocele, which might be present in up to 60 percent of children with congenital vertical talus. 10 , 13 The foot[]

  • Pes Planus

    In unilateral cases, the clubfoot side is often shorter, and there are deep-seated medial skin creases.[] If the foot is correctable, conservative measures should begin immediately—as early as neonatally—since the deformity is progressive.[]

  • Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis, also known as osteoarthrosis, degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease, is a degenerative disorder arising from the biochemical breakdown of articular cartilage in the synovial joints. It commonly affects the hands, hips and knees.[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

    Patients with nephropathy showed a faster decrease in PCS (-0.749, P .003), and those with intermittent claudication a faster decrease in EQ-5D (-0.049, P .008).[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Sciatica

    Back pain: why and how to cure it Most people forget that back pain can be caused by severe emotional and psychological tension. Taking a soothing hot bath or having a massage every once in a while can go a long way towards preventing back injury. You can also learn meditation techniques and deep-breathing[…][]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Radiculopathy

    BACKGROUND: Repetitive painful laser stimuli lead to physiological laser-evoked potential (LEP) habituation, measurable by a decrement of the N2/P2 amplitude. The time course of LEP-habituation is reduced in the capsaicin model for peripheral and central sensitization and in patients with migraine and fibromyalgia. In[…][]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Leriche Syndrome

    We describe the case of a 60-year-old male hypertensive patient who was admitted to our department with intermittent claudication.[] Medical management (smoking cessation, aspirin , statin, cilostazol ) is indicated in patients with intermittent claudication. Procedural treatm...[] claudication in the buttocks, thighs, or calves; absence of pulsation in femoral arteries; pallor and coldness of the legs; gangrene of the toes; and, in men, impotence.[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    KEYWORDS: Exercise; Intermittent claudication; Peripheral vascular disease[] KEYWORDS: Cilostazol; Diabetic foot; Intermittent claudication; Metalloproteinase-9; Peripheral vascular disease[] Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is an atherosclerotic disease affecting the lower extremities, resulting in skeletal muscle ischemia, intermittent claudication, and, in[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome

    Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome is rare but can cause intermittent claudication in young people.[] CONCLUSION: PAES should be excluded in young patients with intermittent claudication or acute ischaemia.[] Intermittent claudication disappeared after surgical repair.[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases
  • Femoral Artery Occlusion

    Abstract This study was undertaken to evaluate the effects of untreated superficial femoral artery occlusion in patients undergoing aortofemoral bypass for intermittent claudication[] RESULTS: Technical success was achieved in 14/17 limbs with CLI (82%) and 30/31 (97%) with intermittent claudication (IC).[] Critical ischemia (Society for Vascular Surgery [SVS] category, 4-6) was present in 7 (10%), the remainder had intermittent claudication only (SVS, 1-3).[]

    Missing: Deep Foot Creases

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