COCKETT'S OPERATION AND/OR POPLITEAL RESECTION IN THE TREATMENT OF LEG ULCERS
- DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CHRONIC LEG ULCERS. Leu, H. J. // Angiology;Jun1963, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p288
A survey on the numerous conditions, which may be responsible for the development of a chronic leg ulcer, is given and the underlying physiopathology is discussed. A classification according to the etiology should facilitate the differential diagnosis. Certain uncommon types of ulcus cruris are...
- Several presentations of leg ulcers. Watkins, Jean // GP: General Practitioner;3/16/2007, p30
The article presents information about various forms of leg ulcers. Venous or gravitational ulcers may be triggered or aggravated by injury, DVT, surgery to the leg, hypertension, obesity, pregnancy and prolonged standing. Diabetic ulcers result from arteriosclerotic change and problems...
- Venous Insufficiency Not Only Cause of Leg Ulcers. Bowser, Andrew // Dermatology Times;Jul97, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p26
Reports that venous insufficiency is not the only cause of leg ulcers according to doctor Ammar Bazerbashi. Other cause of leg ulcers; Potential neoplastic causes of leg ulcers; How to diagnose a patient with leg ulcers.
- Using applied wound management. Barrett, Simon // Journal of Community Nursing;May2005, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p18
Highlights the implementation of applied wound management in several types of wounds. Leg ulcer; Mixed aetiology ulceration; Neuropathic ulcer.
- Bacterial Studies of Leg Ulcers. Dagher, F. J.; Alongi, S. V.; Smith, A. // Angiology;Sep1978, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p641
The article presents a study conducted by the authors to identify bacterial flora present in chronic stasis ulcers of legs and define their role in preventing proper healing and to test the efficacy of Debrisan in controlling infection and in local assistance to heal leg stasis ulcers. Thirty...
- Leg ulceration part 1: aetiology and pathophysiology. Murray, Jacqueline // Nursing Standard;9/15/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p45
In part one of this article, the underlying causes of chronic leg ulcers, professional issues and the anatomy and physiology of the lower limb are examined.
- Adalimumab/methotrexate/prednisolone. // Reactions Weekly;Aug2015, Vol. 1566 Issue 1, p17
An abstract of the article "An unusual cause of leg ulcer," by J. M. Kassim and colleagues is presented.
- Conditions of the legs. Bailey, Claire // Pulse;12/1/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 48, p44
Presents several diseases in the legs. Diagnosis of erythema nodosum; Symptoms of torn hamstring; Cause of oedema.
- Clinical: Red flag symptoms - Leg ulcers. Singh, Pipin // GP: General Practitioner;1/28/2011, p28
The article presents information related to the treatment of leg ulcer. It has been stated that the disease is common in elderly affecting approximately 3-4 per cent of those aged over 65 years. It has been advised to inspect the feet carefully while treating the disease as location of the leg...