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Venous Ulcer and DVT: Chronic venous insufficiency with additional swelling caused by acute DVT.
There is also Venous Ulcer: Chronic venous insufficiency has resulted in swelling, dark discoloration, and large area of 
skin Venous Insufficiency With Supra Imposed Ulceration and Severe Cellulitis
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Venous Insufficiency: Chronic venous insufficiency resulting in swelling and dark discoloration of legs.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - Venous Insufficiency: Chronic venous insufficiency resulting in swelling and dark discoloration of leg.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - Venous Insufficiency: Chronic venous insufficiency resulting in swelling and dark discoloration of leg.
Small area of superficial Varicose Veins: Dilated superficial veins of the leg.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Knee Effusion: Trauma induced swelling of right knee.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical Prepatellar Bursitis: Extensive redness and swelling caused by bacterial infection involving pre patellar bursae.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. Prepatellar Bursitis: Redness and swelling of prepatellar bursa caused by bacterial infection. 
Inflammation and edema have Prepatellar Bursitis 2: Redness and swelling of left prepatellar bursa caused by bacterial infection.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. Prepatellar Bursitis: Redness and swelling of left prepatellar bursa caused by bacterial infection.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - Paronychia: Infection of the skin medial and inferior to nail of great toe. Image on the Paronychia: Infection of the skin medial and inferior to nail of great toe.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - Paronychia: Infection of the skin medial to nail of middle toe.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog Osteomyelitis (Chronic): Chronic osteomyelitis of the MTP region of the right great toe has caused
persistent swelling Osteomyelitis: Patient with severe neuropathy secondary to diabetes has developed a large ulcer
with associated infection. Bone Onychomycosis: Chronic fungal toenail infection causing deformity and discoloration.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Onychomycosis: Chronic fungal infection causing discoloration and deformity of nails.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Neuropathic Ulcer: Diabetes induced neuropathy led to development of the ulcer shown 
above. The Q-tip easily Neuropathic Ulcer: Diabetes induced neuropathy has lead to large, painless ulcer on bottom of foot. 
Patient Neuropathic Ulcer: Diabetes induced neuropathy that has lead to painless ulcer on bottom of foot.
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Charlie Goldberg, Neuropathic Ulcer: Severe diabetes induced neuropathy has resulted in Charcot foot deformity.
This ultimately lead to large Necrotizing Fasciitis: African-American patient with diabetes that predisposed him to rapidly 
progressive infection. Lower extremity is Morton's Neuroma: Painful swelling of the nerves that run between the metatarsals. Pain is usually 
intense, Moderate Edema: Fluid accumulation in leg resulting in loss of contours of malleoli. Extensor tendons of
foot Marked Edema: Low albumin, immobility, and venous insufficiency have lead to accumulation of 
fluid in lower Lymphedema: Profound, chronic left lower extremity swelling secondary to idiopathic impaired lymphatic drainage.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - Lymphedema: Left lower extremity swelling secondary to idiopathic impaired lymphatic drainage.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog Lymphedema: Massive lower extremity swelling secondary to idiopathic impaired lymphatic drainage.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog