Charcot neuroarthropathy: . History.
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deep venous thrombosis
No open ulceration or history of an open wound, infection is probably not the culprit
(diabetic foot infections begin with a direct inoculation through an opening in the skin, such as a diabetic neuropathic foot ulcer)
DVT- asymmetric edema of the leg
Fracture-location of the edema and ecchymosis in our the midfoot
Gout pain is severe, with rapid onset, and slowly improves even without treatmentswollen, hot, and red foot-Differential Diagnosis:
Taken 3 to 4 months after the initial presentation, Charcot neuroarthropathy has progressed to stage 2 after delayed immobilization. Stage 2
A plain anteroposterior radiograph shows no osseous abnormalities Stage 0
Offers the highest diagnostic accuracy - ligamentous disruption, concomitant joint deformity, and the center of signal enhancement within joints and subchondral bone (In complex regional pain syndrome no changes occur)