By Alethea VM Foster BA(Hons) PGCE DPodM MChS SRCh, Michael E. Edmonds MD FRCP
This identify is directed basically in the direction of wellbeing and fitness care execs outdoor of the U.S.. Lavishly illustrated with over 500 tremendous color photos, functional and huge in its assurance, it offers a transparent pictorial account of all of the significant foot and ankle displays. The accompanying textual content highlights the salient diagnostic good points and remedies. The logical constitution and plenty of worthy guidance during the color Atlas make it a hugely obtainable, beautiful and uniquely suitable better half to either perform and examine.
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This developed under a plaster cast and was at ﬁrst thought to be a fungal infection. 19A Pustular psoriasis. Lesions start as yellow pustules that do not rupture but dry up and become dark brown and scaly within a background of erythema. Pustular psoriasis is often mistaken for infected tinea pedis and also for contact dermatitis. Another differential diagnosis is Reiter’s syndrome with keratoderma blennorrhagicum, which is characterized by psoriasiform lesions. 19B Pustular psoriasis. Well demarcated, red and scaly plaques on the sole.
There is pallor and patchy purple discolouration. 14D Close-up view of 1st toe of right foot showing blue discolouration and necrosis. 15A Raynaud’s syndrome in a patient with CREST syndrome (calcinosis, Raynaud’s phenomenon, esophagitis, sclerodactyly and telangiectasia: the prognosis is less serious than for systemic sclerosis). This patient arrived at the clinic on a very cold day after standing in a bus queue waiting for a bus for several minutes. Her right 3rd toe is waxy white and the 2nd and 4th toes are very dusky.
19B Pustular psoriasis. Well demarcated, red and scaly plaques on the sole. 20A Gouty hands. The classical site for gout is the great hallux, but it may affect other parts of the body. In this patient the proximal interphalangeal joint of the 5th ﬁnger of the left hand and the distal interphalangeal joint of the 4th ﬁnger of the right hand are affected. 20B Close-up view of the left 5th ﬁnger showing inﬂammation and swelling of the proximal interphalangeal joint. 20C Close-up view of gout affecting distal interphalangeal joint of the 4th ﬁnger of the right hand.
A Colour Atlas of Foot and Ankle Disorders by Alethea VM Foster BA(Hons) PGCE DPodM MChS SRCh, Michael E. Edmonds MD FRCP