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Crush injury (Rt) foot
Crush injury (Rt.) foot with deep lacerated wound (+) over anterior and posterior of right foot. Tendon exposed right foot with fracture bone. Dorsalis paedis-NP. After PAC surgery has been done on 14/12/2016. under SA. In Kailash Hospital & Heart Institute. Noida. Utter Pradesh. 1) Procedure done by Dr. M.M.Piplani. ( Orthopaedic Sugeon) LW 5 x 4 x 3 on MED aspect of foot Fracture M. Malleous fracture calcaneum. 2) Wound debridement done by Dr. Pradeep Bhargava. B/K POP slab. Please go through these problem and advise if I should send all my details and reports for further consultation.
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the only treatment required now is physiotherapy to strengthen your muscles+exercises to gain full range of motion of all the joints+co-ordination as well as gait training. You should start it as soon as the surgeon suggest you for physiotherapy. Don't delay as it will increase stiffness+swelling+weakness of the muscles...All the best!
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Yes I have gone through your problem. I would like to know further details before any opinion. I would like to know what surgery was done to fix the fracture? It would helpful if the discharge papers were uploaded on Practo.
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