So I am currently at 20% DMII with 60% CAD secondary to the DMII. I have recently been working on my pes planus claim and associated pain with plantar fasciitis. This includes a ton of general pain in my legs from calf muscles into knees and thighs. I have always attributed this pain to my pes planus altering my gait. However with all the x-rays I have had for my pes planus claim and other items, something has been popping out to me. On my latest knee x-rays this is included;
“There are atherosclerotic vascular calcifications.”
On the x-rays of my hips there are these two notes in the report,
“Extensive calcified atherosclerotic vascular disease for age.”
“Advanced calcified atherosclerotic vascular disease for age.”
So looking for more info on this being a new secondary to the DMII or is it secondary to the CAD which is secondary to the DMII. I wasn’t even sure where it falls under on the ratings tables either.
Appreciate the help.