Stasis Dermatitis and Leg Ulcers
Based on the morphologic features of the photo, what is the MOST likely diagnosis?
Which of the following treatments would you recommend for this patient (see photo)?
Mr. Lewis is a 67-year-old man who presents to your primary care clinic with a lesion on his right foot (see photo). Which of the following abnormal findings would you expect on the physical exam?
A 65-year-old man with a history of hypertension and hyperlipidemia presents with an ulcerated lesion on his right lateral leg for several weeks (see photo). He occasionally has cramping in his calf when walking. His dorsalis pedis and posterior tibial pulses are not palpable. The ulceration cannot be undermined, and his ankle-brachial index is 0.6 (normal is > 0.8). What is the most likely diagnosis?
63 year-old obese woman who has suffered from chronic leg swelling for several
years. Her legs get intermittently red
and swollen. When this happens she
applies a combination of lanolin and Neosporin.
One week ago, she did this and her legs got very inflamed and developed
blisters, oozing and severe pruritus.
The most likely diagnosis is:
52 year-old male thin smoker who frequently gets leg cramps when walking. Recently he started to get a sore over his
anterior shin. Your evaluation and
treatment would most likely include:
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