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During my C&P exam the examiner had both my feet x-rayed. My original claim was for secondary plantar fasciitis of the LEFT foot due to LEFT leg shorting. The examiner stated it was "as least as likely". Apparently there are more serious issues with my RIGHT foot based on the x-rays however, this was not part of my original claim. Would this be something I would need to do a new claim for? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you. X-Ray Report: RIGHT AND LEFT FOOT: AP and lateral. CLINICAL INDICATION: C & P examination. REFERENCE: Left foot 5/24/2016. The lateral views were obtained in the weightbearing position. Right: There is a hallux valgus deformity. There are arthritic changes at the first metatarsophalangeal joint. There is spurring at the dorsal aspect of the head of the first metatarsal. There are moderately severe arthritic changes at the interphalangeal joint of the first toe. There is a 3 mm spur at the plantar aspect of the calcaneus. The calcaneal pitch is in the borderline normal range. Left: There is a mild hallux valgus deformity. No fracture deformity, bony erosion or destructive lesion is noted. The calcaneal pitch is in the borderline normal range.