Peripheral cases
January 2014 Peripheral Live Case

HPI: 43-year-old female patient came in with complaints of severe left foot pain at rest, non-healing ulcer on the lateral plantar surface of the foot (Rutherford class III category 5)

Medications: Aspirin, Labetalol, Crestor, Furosemide, Plavix, Insulin glargine, Imdur, Lisinopril
Social History: non-smoker, no alcohol use of IVDA

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