Close
  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: The previous radiograph of the left foot, showing amputated toes and calcification of dorsalis pedis and first dorsal metatarsal artery (A) and the clinical image of the same with healed wounds and no current problem (B). The present right foot radiograph (C) showing great toe distal phalanx cortical irregularity and presence of medial arterial calcification of dorsalis pedis and distal branches (marked by arrow). The corresponding foot image showing blackening and wound mostly affecting great toe (D)

Figure 1: The previous radiograph of the left foot, showing amputated toes and calcification of dorsalis pedis and first dorsal metatarsal artery (A) and the clinical image of the same with healed wounds and no current problem (B). The present right foot radiograph (C) showing great toe distal phalanx cortical irregularity and presence of medial arterial calcification of dorsalis pedis and distal branches (marked by arrow). The corresponding foot image showing blackening and wound mostly affecting great toe (D)