17 year old male presented in emergency with left leg as in the pic...No H/O of burn or trauma...H/o of Pleural effusion with pleural tapping done...unavailable drug history....the condition developed over a period of 25 days....loss of sensation and loss of movement...the wound is extremely foul smelling but dry...no H/o of any chronic disease

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Dry Gangrene due to embolus blocking the main artery of lower limb near knee. CT angio of lower limb vessel will determine the level of amputation. Investigate for sub acute bacterial endocarditis and Rheumatic heart disease

There is total dry gangrene of the lower limb Below Knee.The cause appears to be occlusion of popleatal or femoral artery as in thrombo embolism. Arterial doppler study, arterial angiography will be confirmative,Plan for the amputation of limb after attending the cause of Thrombo embolism.

ho pleural effusion followed by dry gangrene due to arterial occlusion ...rule out infective endocarditis along with arterial doppler get an 2dcho also

critical lower limb ischemia resulted Dry gangrene,thrombosis of main artery of limb near knee most possible, doppler /ct angio of lower limb will helpful for level of amputation.managementof sepsis is also reauired

Dry gangrene Rheumatic Heart disease Adv color doppler

pvd dry gangrene get doppler and also needed gt ct angio dz and therapeutic also if any thrombosis present...

its dry gangrene due to critical limb ischemia, probably thrombosis of popliteal artery. do a ct angio to confirm level of block and plan amputation level accordingly as limb cant b salvaged.

a case of dry gangrene

Necrotizing fascitis DM colour Doppler renal lower limb drug history important treat effusion cbnat

it's dry gangrene

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