Published in IJCP
American Family Physician
August 04, 2018 |
A 60-year-old woman presented with enlarging ulcers on her ankle and foot. Despite treatment, the ulcers worsened and became more painful, and she noted a new ulcer on her left shin. The problem started as a small ulcerated lesion on the lateral dorsal area of her
foot that had developed two years earlier after she bumped into a dresser.