My understanding is that you only get to count they same type of atrophic change once not for each occurrence. You can not count nail changes (thickening) only once when occurring in both left and right foot. But that can work for you if you have changes in one foot but not in the other you do get to count that change. This is helpful when only one foot has an absent posterior tibial pulse and/or absent dorsalipedis pulse.
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