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52 Possible Causes for Foot Discomfort, Peripheral Gangrene, Toe Pain

  • Thromboangiitis Obliterans

    , K45.1, K46.1 ) gangrene in other peripheral vascular diseases ( I73.- ) gangrene of certain specified sites - see Alphabetical Index gas gangrene ( A48.0 ) pyoderma gangrenosum[] The pain is often located in the arch of the foot. Skin changes or small painful ulcers on the fingers or toes.[] […] presentation: A 39-year-old male smoker with a 2-year history of calf discomfort on ambulation culminating in left femoral-to-peroneal artery bypass presented with right leg discomfort[]

  • Raynaud's Disease

    Painful ulcers and gangrene are fairly common and can be difficult to treat. In addition, a person may experience heartburn or difficulty in swallowing.[] Tarsal coalition-related flat feet usually cause pain or discomfort.[] Artery — A blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to peripheral tissues.[]

  • Erythromelalgia

    The major clinical characteristics of EM cases included burning, sharp, tingling and/or stinging pain in toes, soles and/or dorsum of feet, fever, erythema and swelling.[] Burning Feet Syndrome is accompanied by discomforting signs like inflammation and sweating of foot.[] If left untreated, they may progress towards acrocyanosis and even peripheral gangrene.[]

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    PAIN IN TOES OR FEET WHILE RESTING If you have pain in your toes or feet while resting, you may have an advancing case of PAD.[] After variable degree of exercise Not quickly relieved Improved when not weight bearing Symptoms variable; history of degenerative arthritis Foot/ankle arthritis Ankle, foot[] We report the case of a 51-year-old male who had tropical chronic pancreatitis, diabetes and severe peripheral vessel disease with gangrene.[]

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms usually start with numbness, prickling or tingling in the toes or fingers.[] […] at risk of being damaged and not knowing about it there can be symptoms of pain and burning leading to discomfort (painful neuropathy).[] The development of gas gangrene coupled with Charcot neuroarthropathic changes ultimately resulted in a potentially life-saving transmetatarsal (TMT) amputation.[]

  • Polyneuropathy

    This can lead to gangrene (tissue death) if untreated, and in severe cases may mean the affected foot has to be amputated.[] The main symptoms were paresthesia (numbness:75.7%; burning: 39.6%; pins and needles sensation 32.4 %) and pain (23.4 %).[] The lack of muscle, high arch and hammer toes are signs of the genetic disease.” By Benefrost.[]

  • Diabetic Gangrene

    , pain and cramps in the legs, calves.[] […] to feel pain and discomfort.[] […] angiopathy without gangrene E10.52 Type 1 diabetes mellitus with diabetic peripheral angiopathy with gangrene E10.59 Type 1 diabetes mellitus with other circulatory complications[]

  • Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

    Moreover, effective pain management can be achieved for patients who complain of general pain of the sole, including the toe, by attaching scrambler patches around the ankle[] Breaks in the skin, lack of sensory awareness, and/or motor neuropathy can result in the development of a diabetic foot ulcer.[] […] angiopathy without gangrene E11.52 Type 2 diabetes mellitus with diabetic peripheral angiopathy with gangrene E11.59 Type 2 diabetes mellitus with other circulatory complications[]

  • Bunionectomy

    Symptoms include pain, swelling of your big toe and, as the bunion sticks out, it can often rub on the inside of your shoe.[] Unfortunately, with bad care, a common and minor foot discomfort can turn into a nightmare that can impact you for the rest of a patient's life.[] Aetna considers bony correction bunionectomy not medically necessary for the following indications: Foot ulcer(s) secondary to peripheral vascular disease; or Gangrene of[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    Typically occurs after surgery, in patients with Diabetes or Peripheral Vascular Disease.[] For example, a cut on the toe or a surgical leg wound, followed some hours later by severe pain either in the toe, leg, or in the groin (as the infection travels to the lymph[] Fournier's gangrene refers to NF of the perineal, perianal, and genital regions and is a relatively common presentation in the UK.[]

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