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DISCHARGE SUMMARYPatient Name:Gerald EdwardsHospital No.:11058Date of Admission:07/15/2017Date of Discharge:07/20/2017Consultations:Garry Shelton, DPM Midori Okano, MDProcedures:Complicated incision and drainage, right foot, on 07/17/2017.Complications:None.Admitting Diagnosis: No diabetesmellitus. Ulceration of right foot.HISTORY: The patient is a 53-years-old black individual, who has had diabetes for atleast six months, but thinks it has been longer than that, he has had a foot ulcer sinceJanuary. Physical exam at the time of admission is significant for his lower extremitieswhere he had good dorsalis and posterior tibial pulses bilaterally. His left foot had noabrasions, lesions, sores or ulcers. His right foot shows obvious deformity from aprevious break. He has an area located between his second and third metatarsal head thathas clearly been an abscess that has broken through. He also has had a foot ulcerated areaand there is question of osteomyelitis in this area.