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100. 0 101. 0.5 102. 0.6 103. 1 104. 10 105. 100 106. 101 107. 110 108. 130 109. 15 110. 150 111. 18 112. 1000 113. 105 114. 12 115. 12.5 116. 120 117. 125 118. 126 119. 13000 120. 1500 121. 2 122. 20 123. 200 124. 2200 125. 24 126. 25 127. 250 128. 27 129. 3 to 4 130. 3.0 131. 3.1 132. 3.375 133. 30 134. 300 135. 35 136. 4 137. 40 138. 400 139. 4.5 140. 45 141. 5 142. 50 143. 500 144. 55 145. 550 146. 6 147. 60 148. 600 149. 7 150. 70 151. 75 152. 750 153. 8 154. 80 155. 875 156. 9 157. 90 158. 95 159. A 160. Abdomen 161. Abnormal taste 162. Abortion of fetus 163. Abscess 164. Absolute 165. Absorptive Wound Filler 166. Acarbose (Precose) 167. Accuzyme 168. Acetate 169. Achilles tendon 170. Acrocyanosis 171. Actos (pioglitasone) 172. Acute gouty attack(s) 173. Acute pernio 174. Acyclovir 175. Adhesive 176. Aeromonas hydrophilia 177. Alginate 178. Alopecia 179. Amantadine 180. Amerigel 181. Aminocyclitols 182. Aminoglycosides (Gentamycin, Tobramycin, Amikacin) 183. Amitryptyline (Elavil) 184. Amoxicillin 185. Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (Augmentin) 186. Ampicillin 187. Ampicillin-sulbactam (Unasyn) 188. ANA titer 189. Anaerobes 190. Ancylostoma brazillense 191. Ancylostoma duodenale 192. Aneurysm 193. Angiogram (arterial) 194. Angiogram (pulmonary) 195. Angioplasty (balloon) 196. Animal bites 197. Antacids 198. Anti emetics 199. Antihistamine 200. Antihypertensives 201. Antipruritics 202. Antistreptolysin O 203. Apligraf 204. Aquacel 205. Aqueous Penicillin G (intravenous) 206. Arteriosclerosis 207. Arteriosclerosis obliterans 208. Arteriovenous shunting 209. Aristospan 210. Aspirin 211. Asthma 212. Asymmetric 213. Atheroma 214. Atherosclerosis 215. Ativan (Lorazepam) 216. Atrophie blanche 217. Atrophy 218. Audiology 219. Autosympathectomy 220. Azithromycin (Zithromax) 221. AZT 222. Aztreonam (Azactam) 223. B 224. Bacteriodes fragilis 225. Bands 226. Becaplermin (Regranex) 227. Benzodiazepine 228. Beta blockers 229. Biphasic 230. Bl 231. Black 232. Blastomyces dermatitidis 233. Blistering or peeling 234. Blood cultures 235. Blood dyscrasias 236. Blood pressure 237. Bluish red dermatitis 238. Bone 239. Bone dissolution 240. Bone scan (Gallium) 241. Bone scan (Indium) 242. Bone scan (Tc 99 three phase) 243. Bone scan (Tc HMPAO) 244. Bone sclerosis 245. Brodie’s abscess 246. Bronchoconstriction 247. Bruits 248. Bs 249. Bsl 250. Bullous Diabeticorum 251. Bullous impetigo 252. Buttocks 253. C 254. Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) 255. Calcium alginate 256. Calcium channel blockers 257. Candida 258. Capnocytophaga canimorus 259. Capsaicin 260. Carbamazepine 261. Carbenicillin 262. Carbuncle 263. Carcinoma of the prostate 264. Cardiovascular disease 265. Cartilage 266. CBC 267. CBC with differential 268. CD4 269. Cefazolin (Ancef) 270. Cefipime (Maxipime) 271. Cefixime (Suprax) 272. Cefotaxime (Claforan) 273. Cefoxitin (Mefoxin) 274. Cefpodoxime (Vantin) 275. Ceftazidime (Fortaz) 276. Ceftriaxone (Rocephin) 277. Cefuroxime (Ceftin) 278. Cefuroxime (Zinacef) 279. Celecoxib (Celebrex) 280. Celestone Soluspan 281. Cellulitis (clostridial crepitant) 282. Cellulitis (non-clostridial crepitant) 283. Cephadroxil (Duricef) 284. Cephalexin (Keflex) 285. Cercarial dermatitis (Swimmer’s itch) 286. Cerebral or retinal hemorrhages 287. Cerebrovascular accident (stroke) 288. Charcot foot 289. Chlamydia 290. Chloramphenicol 291. Chlorophyllin Copper complex Sodium 292. Chromoblastomycosis 293. Chronic pernio 294. Chronic venous insufficiency 295. Cierny-Mader 296. Cimetidine 297. Ciprofloxacin 298. Clarithromycin (Biaxin) 299. Clark’s rule for Pediatrics 300. Clindamycin 301. Cloaca 302. Clopidogrel (Plavix) 303. Clostridium difficile 304. Clostridium perfringens 305. Coagulopathy 306. Cochlear Implants 307. Colchicine 308. Cold challenge test 309. Collagen Based Product 310. Collagenase (Santyl) 311. Compartment syndrome (anterior) 312. Compartment syndrome (lateral or peroneal) 313. Compartment syndrome (posterior) 314. Compazine (Prochlorperazine) 315. Compression 316. Congestive heart failure 317. Constipation 318. Contact lenses 319. Corticosteroid (systemic) 320. Corticosteroid injection (intraarticular) 321. Corynebacteria minutissimum 322. Coxsackie 323. Creatinine clearance 324. Crepitus 325. Cross sensitivity 326. CT Scan 327. Culture, bacterial 328. Culture, fungal 329. Custom molded shoe 330. Cutanea larva migrans 331. Cutis marmarota 332. Cyanotic phase 333. Cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril) 334. Cyclosporine 335. Cystic adventitial degeneration 336. Cystic medial necrosis 337. Cytochrome p450 2D6 338. Cytochrome p450 3A4 339. Cytokine 340. Cytomegalovirus 341. D 342. Daily 343. Darvon 344. Dawn Phenomenon 345. Ddc 346. Ddl 347. Debridement (autolytic) 348. Debridement (enzymatic) 349. Debridement (mechanical) 350. Decadron 351. Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT) 352. Dermacea alginate 353. Dermagraft (Human Dermal Replacement) 354. Dermatomyositis 355. Dermatophytes 356. Diabetes Mellitus 357. Diabetes mellitus (Type I) 358. Diabetes mellitus (Type II) 359. Diarrhea 360. Dichrotic notch 361. Dicloxacillin 362. Digital plethysmography 363. Digoxin 364. Diuretics 365. Dizziness 366. Down Syndrome 367. Doxepin (Zonalon) 368. Doxycycline (Vibramycin) 369. Drowsiness 370. Drug addicts 371. Dry 372. Dry mouth 373. Duoderm 374. Duoderm gel 375. E 376. Ecthyma 377. Edema 378. Eikinella corrodens 379. Elase 380. Elastogel 381. Electrocardiogram 382. Embolism (arterial) 383. Embolism (pulmonary) 384. Emetrol (pediatrics) 385. Endocarditis 386. Enterobacteriaceae 387. Eosinophilia 388. Epidermal growth factor 389. Epidermoid carcinoma 390. Ergotamine 391. Erysipelas 392. Erythema induratum (Bazin’s disease) 393. Erythema nodosum 394. Erythermalgia 395. Erythrocyte 396. Escherichia coli 397. Famciclovir 398. Fat 399. Felted foam dressing 400. Females (African American) 401. Females (Caucasian) 402. Females between the ages of 9 and 25 403. Fibracol 404. Fibromuscular dysplasia 405. Filariasis 406. First degree 407. First generation 408. First phase 409. Flatulence 410. Fluconazole (Diflucan) 411. Fluctuance 412. Fluorinated 4-quinolones 413. Foam 414. Foreign body 415. Foreskin 416. Fourth degree 417. Free fatty acid 418. Frostbite 419. Fruity 420. Fusarium 421. Gabapentin (Neurontin) 422. Ganciclovir 423. Gangrene 424. Gas 425. GI disease 426. Gauze 427. Glaucoma 428. Glucagon 429. Glucose gel 430. Glucose uptake 431. GLUT 2 432. GLUT 4 433. Glycosylated hemoglobin(s) 434. Gram negative aerobes 435. Gram positive aerobes 436. Gram positive aerobes and anaerobes 437. Gram stain 438. Granulocytopenia 439. Gray Baby Syndrome 440. Green Nail Syndrome 441. Green vision 442. Greenfield (IVC) Filter 443. H2 receptor antagonists (i.e. Zantac, Axid, Tagamet) 444. Haemophilus influenzae 445. Halcion 446. Hampton 447. Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease 448. HDL 449. Headache 450. Hemoglobin A1c 451. Heparin 452. Hepatic and renal toxicity 453. Hepatotoxicity 454. Herpes viruses 455. Hismanal 456. Histamine release 457. HIV 458. HIV 1 RNA 459. Hookworm Disease (Ground Itch) 460. Humalog 461. Hunter’s canal 462. Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen (Vicodin, Lortab) 463. Hydrocolloid 464. Hydrogel (amorphous) 465. Hydrogel (sheet) 466. Hydrogen 467. Hydrogen Peroxide 468. Hydroxyzine (Atarax) 469. Hyperglycemia 470. Hyperhidrosis 471. Hypertension 472. Hyperthyroidism 473. Hypogylcemia 474. Hypokalemia 475. Hypotension 476. IκBα 477. Idiopathic nodular vasculitis 478. Imipenam-cilastin (Primaxin) 479. Impaired glucose tolerance 480. Impedance plethysmography 481. Impotence 482. Incision and drainage 483. Indomethacin (Indocin) 484. Influenza A 485. Insulin, Glargine 486. Insulin (NPH, Lente) 487. Insulin (Regular, Semi Lente) 488. Insulin (Ultra Lente, Protamine Zinc) 489. Insulin pump 490. Insulin resistance 491. Intermediate acting 492. Intermittent claudication 493. Involucrum 494. Iodosorb 495. Iron 496. Irreversible 497. Itraconazole (Sporanox) 498. Jobst compression hose 499. κB 500. Kenalog 501. Ketoacidosis 502. Kidney 503. Kingella Kingae 504. Klebsiella 505. Koch-Mason dressing 506. Kussmaul’s respirations 507. Lactation 508. Left shift 509. Leriche syndrome 510. Leukocytosis 511. Levofloxacin (Levaquin) 512. Linezolid 513. Lipid 514. Lispro (Humalog) 515. Lithium 516. Livedo reticularis 517. Livedo Reticularis (Ulcerative) 518. Liver 519. Local anesthetic with epinephrine 520. Long 521. Long acting 522. Lopid (gemfibrozil) 523. Lovastatin (Mevacor) 524. Low exudates 525. Low to moderate exudates 526. Lymphadenitis 527. Lymphangiosarcoma 528. Lymphangitis 529. Lymphedema (Inflammatory) 530. Lymphedema (Obstructive) 531. Lymphedema praecox 532. Lymphedema tarda 533. Lymphoma 534. Macrolides 535. Madura Foot 536. Males (African American) 537. Males (Caucasian) 538. MAO inhibitors 539. Medial calcific sclerosis 540. Medifil 541. Meloxicam 542. Mental confusion 543. Mepergan Fortis (Demerol/phenergan) 544. Metabolic acidosis 545. Metaphysis 546. Metformin (Glucophage) 547. Methacycline 548. Methocarbamol (Robaxin) 549. Methotrexate 550. Methylprednisolone (Medrol Dosepak) 551. Metronidazole (Flagyl) 552. Microalbuminuria 553. Midazolam (Versed) 554. Milroy’s disease 555. Misoprostol (Cytotec) 556. Mitraflex 557. Moderate to heavy exudates 558. Moisture 559. Molluscum Contagiosum 560. Monobactams 561. Mononeuritis Multiplex 562. Moxifloxacin 563. MRI 564. MRSA 565. MRSA (Community-acquired) 566. MRSA (Healthcare-associated) 567. MRSA (Vancomycin-resistant) 568. Multidex 569. Muscle 570. Muscle relaxants 571. Mycobacterium avium complex 572. Mycobacterium marinum 573. Mycoplasma 574. Myocardial infarction 575. Myonecrosis 576. Nabumetone (Relafen) 577. Nafcillin (Unipen; oral/parenteral) 578. Nalbuphine (Nubane) 579. Naprelan 580. Naprosyn suspension 581. Naproxen (Naprosyn) 582. Naproxen sodium (Anaprox; Aleve (OTC)) 583. Narrow angle glaucoma 584. Nausea/vomiting 585. Necrobiosis lipoidica 586. Necrotizing fasciitis 587. Neisseria gonorrhea 588. Nemonoxacin 589. Neonates 590. Neutrophil 591. Nephrotoxicity 592. Nifedipine XL 30 mg qhs 593. Non Steroidal Antinflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) 594. Non-acidic 595. Non-adhesive 596. Norfloxacin 597. Nortriptylline 598. Not scheduled 599. Nu-gel 600. Nursing mothers 601. Nyco Card D-dimer test 602. Oasis 603. Occlusive 604. Ofloxacin 605. Onychomycosis 606. Oral anticoagulants 607. Oral contraceptives 608. Oral hypoglycemics 609. Orange 610. Osler’s nodes 611. Osteomyelitis (acute hematogenous) 612. Osteomyelitis (associated with vascular insufficiency) 613. Osteomyelitis (chronic hematogenous) 614. Osteomyelitis (diffuse) 615. Osteomyelitis (localized) 616. Osteomyelitis (medullary) 617. Osteomyelitis (Sclerosing of Garre’) 618. Osteomyelitis (secondary to contiguous focus) 619. Osteomyelitis (superficial) 620. Ototoxicity 621. Oxacillin (Bactotil; oral/parenteral) 622. Oxaprozin (Daypro) 623. Oxycodone/Acetaminophen (Percocet, Tylox) 624. Pacemakers (Cardiac) 625. Pallor 626. Panafil 627. Pancreas 628. Papain 629. Pasteurella multocida 630. Peak(s) and trough(s) 631. Peau d’orange 632. Penicillin G ( Bicillin C-B) 633. Penicillin V (Pen Vee K) 634. Pentazocine (Talwin) 635. Pentoxifylline (Trental) 636. Percodan 637. Perfusion 638. Periosteal elevation 639. Peripheral neuropathy 640. Permanent discoloration of the teeth 641. Permethrin 5% cream 642. Phenylalanine 643. Phlegmasia alba dolens 644. Phlegmasia cerula dolens 645. Phosphate 646. Photosensitivity 647. Photoplethysmography 648. Physiatrist 649. Piperacillin 650. Piperacillin/Tazobactam 651. Pitted keratolysis 652. Pityrosporum 653. Plasmid-mediated proteins 654. Platelet aggregation 655. Platelet derived growth factor 656. Polycythemia vera 657. Polymicrobial 658. Polyurethane 659. Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome 660. Post-injection flare 661. Post-operative 662. Posterior tibial tendon 663. Postphlebetic syndrome 664. PPAR nuclear receptor 665. Prayer sign 666. Pregnant women 667. Preoperative conscious sedation 668. Procaine Penicillin (intramuscular) 669. Procuren 670. Progressive bacterial synergistic gangrene 671. Propoxyphene/Acetaminophen (Darvocet) 672. Propulsid 673. Prostaglandin analogues 674. Prostaglandin synthesis 675. Prosthetic joint 676. Protease inhibitors 677. Protein-rich fluid 678. Proteus mirabilis 679. Proximally beyond the digits 680. Pseudomembranous colitis 681. Pseudomonas aeruginosa 682. Pulse Therapy 683. Pulse Volume Recording (PVR) 684. Puncture wounds of the foot 685. Purple 686. Quinidine 687. Quinupristin/Dalfopristin 688. Radiographs (plain film) 689. Rapid infusion 690. Rash 691. Raynaud’s Disease (Primary Raynaud’s Phenomenon) 692. Raynaud’s Phenomenon (Secondary Raynaud’s Phenomenon) 693. Red chili peppers 694. Red Man Syndrome 695. Relative 696. Renal Disease 697. Repaglinide (Prandin) 698. Respiratory depression 699. Rest pain 700. Retinopathy 701. Reversible 702. Rheumatic fever 703. Rheumatoid arthritis 704. Rheumatoid factor 705. Rickettsial diseases 706. Rifampin 707. Roentgen and radium therapy 708. Salmonella 709. Scabies 710. Scabies (Norwegian) 711. Schedule II 712. Schedule III 713. Schedule IV 714. Schistosome 715. Seaweed 716. Second degree 717. Second Generation 718. Segmental Blood Pressures 719. Seizure history 720. Seldane 721. Self Limited 722. Semiocclusive 723. Sequential compression 724. Sequestra 725. Serpiginous 726. Shigella 727. Short 728. Sickle cell disease 729. Skin temperature 730. SLE 731. Small intestine 732. Somatastatin 733. Somoygi Reaction 734. Spectinomycin (Trobicin) 735. Sporothrix schenckii 736. Staphylococcal infections 737. Staphylococcus aureus (beta lactamase negative) 738. Staphylococcus aureus (beta lacatmase positive) 739. Staphylococcus epidermidis 740. Stent 741. STIR 742. Strep glomerulonephritis 743. Streptobacillus moniliformis 744. Streptococcus 745. Streptococcus (Group B beta hemolytic) 746. Streptokinase 747. String of beads 748. Substance P (a potent vasodilator) 749. Sucralfate (Carafate) 750. Suicidal tendencies 751. Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim sulfate (Batrim or Septra) 752. Sulfonylurea 753. Sulindac (Clinoril) 754. Superficial 755. Symmetric 756. Syndrome X 757. Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) 758. T1 759. T2 760. Taste disturbances 761. Tegaderm 762. Teicoplanin 763. Tendinitis and tendon rupture 764. Terbinafine (Lamisil) 765. Tetanus toxoid (0.5 cc) 766. Tetanus toxoid (0.5 cc) + tetanus immune globulin (250-500 units) 767. Tetracycline HCL 768. Theophylline 769. Thiabendazole (Mintezol) 770. Thiazide diuretics 771. Third degree 772. Third generation 773. Thromboangitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease) 774. Thrombolysis 775. Thrombolysis (catheter directed) 776. Thrombophlebitis (deep) 777. Thrombophlebitis (superficial) 778. 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