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Cure for stasis dermatitis?

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Dr. Steven Saunders
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Stasis dermatitis

Skin changes which result from deposition of iron from sluggish return of blood due to varicose veins and/or venous insufficiency.
Compression stockings or support hose and sometimes vein surgery.

In brief: Stasis dermatitis

Skin changes which result from deposition of iron from sluggish return of blood due to varicose veins and/or venous insufficiency.
Compression stockings or support hose and sometimes vein surgery.
Dr. Steven Saunders
Dr. Steven Saunders
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Dr. James White
Cosmetic Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Reduce Reflux

Skin ulcerations due to vein disease are known as venous stasis ulcerations.
Venous pressure due to venous reflux causes fluid leak from distended veins. This stagnation of fluid results in swelling, discoration of the skin, hemosiderin deposits, inflammation.....Skin ulcers. Vein ablation or closure along with compression are the main stay of therapy. See surgeon, american college of phlebology.

In brief: Reduce Reflux

Skin ulcerations due to vein disease are known as venous stasis ulcerations.
Venous pressure due to venous reflux causes fluid leak from distended veins. This stagnation of fluid results in swelling, discoration of the skin, hemosiderin deposits, inflammation.....Skin ulcers. Vein ablation or closure along with compression are the main stay of therapy. See surgeon, american college of phlebology.
Dr. James White
Dr. James White
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