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(Venous Insufficiency Ulcers) articles in PubMed
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  • Post Thrombotic Syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • Adv Exp Med Biol 2016 Sep 15AE
  • Busuttil A, Lim CS, Davies AH
  • Venous insufficiency following deep venous thrombosis is known as the post thrombotic syndrome. Whilst its presentation and symptoms can vary slightly between individuals, it can have a profound effe...
  • [Dangerous mimikry - cutaneous tumours appearing as ulcus cruris]. [Journal Article]
  • Dtsch Med Wochenschr 2016; 141(18):1321-3DM
  • Scheerer C, Tsoupis H, Erfurt-Berge C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Differential diagnoses of chronic wounds on lower legs are diverse and are often missed in clinical routine. Typical causes like chronic venous insufficiency, peripheral arterial occlusive disease or diabetes are found via basic diagnostics, rare diagnoses like the existence of ulcerated skin tumors are often found with a delay which leads to a poor prognosis for these patients. Besides pre-existing tumors also a secondary malignant transformation can be observed, for example towards a squamous skin cancer from an originally vascular long-lasting leg ulcer. In case of recalcitrant leg ulcers despite exhausting all therapeutic options a histological investigation of a tissue sample should be performed and an initially diagnosed cause for the chronic wound has to be scrutinized.
  • Modalities to Treat Venous Ulcers: Compression, Surgery, and Bioengineered Tissue. [Journal Article]
  • Plast Reconstr Surg 2016; 138(3 Suppl):199S-208SPR
  • Gould LJ, Dosi G, … Tomic-Canic M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Utilizing guidelines that incorporate evidence-based modalities will lead to the highest quality outcomes with the most appropriate resource utilization. A proactive approach to treating venous disease will alleviate suffering and prevent the long-term sequelae of CVI.
  • Prophylaxis of Recurrent Venous Leg Ulcer. [Journal Article]
  • Zentralbl Chir 2016 Aug 8ZC
  • Kroeger K, Storck M, … Dissemond J
  • Venous leg ulcer (VLU) counts among the most common chronic wounds in Europe. Treatment is lengthy, cumbersome and costly, and there is a high rate of recurrence. This review shows the measures that ...
  • Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat Iasi 2016 Apr-Jun; 120(2):306-10RM
  • Popa RF, Cazan I, … Strobescu C
  • Trophic leg ulcer is a major health problem affecting approximately 1-2% of the population, the incidence being higher in the elderly (70-80 years). It is a multifactorial condition, but the most com...
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