Diabetes and Charcot foot - page 2

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In this brief description of Charcot foot and diabetes, there is mention of neuropathic ulcers that resemble a "BB shot" what does a BB shot look like?... Read More


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    hmm go back to your original citation , when you "roll over" the picture hit the enter key i have a lap top, no mouse....i didnt right or left click just hit the pad.....and it enlarged.....but the last picture probably will do...
    hmm enter doesnt work, havent used a mouse in so long,,,,what is the mouse equivalent of the lap top pad?
    Last edit by morte on Aug 12, '07
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    Quote from morte
    hmm go back to your original citation , when you "roll over" the picture hit the enter key i have a lap top, no mouse....i didnt right or left click just hit the pad.....and it enlarged.....but the last picture probably will do...
    hmm enter doesnt work, havent used a mouse in so long,,,,what is the mouse equivalent of the lap top pad?
    when I go back to the little picture of Charcot foot, using my mouse to position the arrow over the picture - the little magnifying glass appears - I click on "enter" (to see what'll happen) and - it provides the entire article (from which I copied the picture). Very neat.

    but I still can't enlarge the image (I know how to do this on pictures that have been saved on a Word document), but it doesn't work on this image. How does that little magnifying glass work?

    On my lap top, the mouse equivalent is a little green button on the keyboard (but it'll only work if the mouse is disconnected)
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    What Dr. Charcot described was a "bag of bones" . The foot will be misshappen due to multiple mini-fractures. The neuropathy prevents the patient from feeling pain soon enough to get help before the foot gets misshappen. Have no idea what the BB shot is all about.


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