Medical Specialty: Podiatry

Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg.

Podiatry
Abscess with Cellulitis - Discharge Summary
Incision and drainage, first metatarsal head, left foot with culture and sensitivity.
Ankle pain
Acute foot or ankle sprain, possible small fracture.
Arthroplasty
Hammertoe deformity, left fifth digit and ulceration of the left fifth digit plantolaterally. Arthroplasty of the left fifth digit proximal interphalangeal joint laterally and excision of plantar ulceration of the left fifth digit 3 cm x 1 cm in size.
Arthroplasty - Hammertoe
Arthroplasty of the right second digit. Hammertoe deformity of the right second digit.
Athlete's Foot
A simple note on Athlete's foot, tinea pedis, a very common fungal skin infection of the foot.
Bone Removal - Metatarsal Head
Tailor's bunion, right foot. Removal of bone, right fifth metatarsal head.
Bunionectomy - Austin - Akin
Austin/akin bunionectomy, right foot. Bunion, right foot. The patient states she has had a bunion deformity for as long as she can remember that has progressively become worse and more painful.
Bunionectomy & Akin Osteotomy
Bunion, left foot. Bunionectomy with first metatarsal osteotomy base wedge type with internal screw fixation and Akin osteotomy with internal wire fixation of left foot.
Bunionectomy & Flexor Tenotomy
Bunionectomy with distal first metatarsal osteotomy and internal screw fixation, right foot. Proximal interphalangeal joint arthroplasty, bilateral fifth toes. Distal interphalangeal joint arthroplasty, bilateral third and fourth toes. Flexor tenotomy, bilateral third toes.
Bunionectomy & Metatarsal Osteotomy
Bunionectomy, SCARF type, with metatarsal osteotomy and internal screw fixation, left and arthroplasty left second toe. Bunion left foot and hammertoe, left second toe.
Bunionectomy & Osteotomy
Bunionectomy with distal first metatarsal osteotomy and internal screw fixation, right foot. Akin bunionectomy, right toe with internal wire fixation.
Bunions and Calluses
A 60-year-old female presents today for care of painful calluses and benign lesions.
Debridement - Foot Ulcer
Debridement of left lateral foot ulcer with excision of infected and infarcted interosseous space muscle tendons and fat. Sharp excision of left distal foot plantar fascia.
Diabetic Foot Care
An 83-year-old diabetic female presents today stating that she would like diabetic foot care.
Dystrophic Nails
The patient presents for evaluation at the request of his primary physician for treatment for dystrophic nails.
Foot Infection Management
Abscess of the left foot, etiology unclear at this time. Possibility of foreign body.
Foot Lesions
Patient with complaint of a very painful left foot because of the lesions on the bottom of the foot.
Foot Pain
Patient dropped a weight on the dorsal aspects of his feet.
Foreign Body Removal - Foot
Excision of foreign body, right foot and surrounding tissue. This 41-year-old male presents to preoperative holding area after keeping himself n.p.o., since mid night for removal of painful retained foreign body in his right foot. The patient works in the Electronics/Robotics field and relates that he stepped on a wire at work, which somehow got into his shoe. The wire entered his foot.
Foreign Body Removal - Foot - 1
Cellulitis with associated abscess and foreign body, right foot. Irrigation debridement and removal of foreign body of right foot. Purulent material from the abscess located in the plantar aspect of the foot between the third and fourth metatarsal heads.
Gangrene Surgery
Gangrene osteomyelitis, right second toe. The patient is a 58-year-old female with poorly controlled diabetes with severe lower extremity lymphedema. The patient has history of previous right foot infection requiring first ray resection.
Hallux Infected Bone Resection
Resection of infected bone, left hallux, proximal phalanx, and distal phalanx. Osteomyelitis, left hallux.
I&D & Foreign Body Removal
Incision and drainage and removal of foreign body, right foot. The patient has had previous I&D but continues to have to purulent drainage. The patient's parents agreed to performing a surgical procedure to further clean the wound.
Infected Toenails
This patient has reoccurring ingrown infected toenails.
Ingrown Toenail Removal
Painful ingrown toenail, left big toe. Removal of an ingrown part of the left big toenail with excision of the nail matrix.
Keller Bunionectomy
Procedure note on Keller Bunionectomy
Mass Excision - Foot
Excision of soft tissue mass, right foot. The patient is a 51-year-old female with complaints of soft tissue mass over the dorsum of the right foot.
McBride Bunionectomy & Wedge Osteotomy
Right hallux abductovalgus deformity. Right McBride bunionectomy. Right basilar wedge osteotomy with OrthoPro screw fixation.
MRI Ankle - 1
Patient with right ankle pain.
MRI Ankle - 2
MRI right ankle.
MRI Foot - 1
Pain and swelling in the right foot, peroneal tendon tear.
MRI Foot - 2
Pain and swelling in the right foot.
MRI Foot - 3
A 49-year-old female with ankle pain times one month, without a specific injury.
Neuroma Excision
Excision of neuroma, third interspace, left foot. Morton's neuroma, third interspace, left foot.
Onychomycosis - 1
Onychomycosis present, #1, #2, #3, #4, and #5 right and left.
Onychomycosis - 2
Onychomycosis present, #1 right and #1 left.
Onychomycosis - H&P
Toenails are discolored, thickened, and painful - Onychomycosis
Phalanx Amputation
Amputation distal phalanx and partial proximal phalanx, right hallux. Osteomyelitis, right hallux.
Plantar Fasciitis
A 44-year-old, 250-pound male presents with extreme pain in his left heel.
Plantar Fasciotomy
Plantar fascitis, left foot. Partial plantar fasciotomy.
Podiatry - Progress Note
Plantar fascitis/heel spur syndrome. The patient was given injections of 3 cc 2:1 mixture of 1% lidocaine plain with dexamethasone phospate.
Right Foot Series
Right foot series after a foot injury.
Symes Amputation - Hallux
Excision of mass, left second toe and distal Symes amputation, left hallux with excisional biopsy. Mass, left second toe. Tumor. Left hallux bone invasion of the distal phalanx.
Tarsectomy
Painful enlarged navicula, right foot. Osteochondroma of right fifth metatarsal. Partial tarsectomy navicula and partial metatarsectomy, right foot.
Three Views - Ankle
Pain. Three views of the right ankle. Three views of the right ankle are obtained.
Three Views - Foot
Right foot trauma. Three views of the right foot. Three views of the right foot were obtained.
Tinea Pedis - H&P
Itchy red rash on feet - Tinea Pedis