Dr. Macy was surprised to receive a phone call an hour after the final debridement. Diana called to thank him for the immediate pain relief - "I haven't felt this good in a long time!" What a rewarding call to get from a patient...
This is the plantar lesion's appearance after a simple, quick and painless debridement that was essentially a blood-free field. Amazingly, Dr. Macy reports no needles or anesthesia were required for any phase of this treatment.
The IPK is selectively swollen & softened by the TDS solutions and by the water applied
2 hours before the debridement. This allowed removal without the pain & adverse effects commonly caused using vesicants or caustics.
No More Vesicants!
No Needles Required!
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This is a chronic keratosis (IPK) on Dr. Macy's 65 yr. old patient's right foot. The patient reported that the IPK is very painful on a daily basis and adversely affects her ability to walk.
The TDS solutions permeated the entire IPK
& effectively targeted hyperkeratinized tissue. Note the bandage outline and the lesion's turgid appearance before any debridement.
The IPK had very thick hyperkeratinized layer. Previously, multiple cryosurgical & chemical procedures had produced disappointing results and achieved only short term pain relief.
"Everyday IPK" TransDermSolutions Treatment Photos