Erica E Hall

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A 76-year-old African-American man who lived alone, with an 11-year history of poorly controlled diabetes and symptomatic peripheral neuropathy, presented to the Emergency Department with right foot pain and swelling. His initial evaluation included a lower extremity Doppler that ruled out a deep venous thrombosis and the patient was discharged. The patient(More)
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