Venous ulcers are the most common type of leg ulcer. They are caused by damage to the veins, which are responsible for bringing blood from various parts of the body to the heart through one-way valves. If the valves are damaged, blood can flow the wrong way down the veins, which results in a very high pressure in the veins when standing up. This abnormally high pressure in the veins damages the skin and leads to the ulcers.
Venous ulcer appearance
Typically occur along the medial or lateral lower leg
Brown or black
Not exposing tendons
Compression therapy – can prevent venous reflux. However, compression should only be used in patients without significant arterial disease.
Surgery – an operation on the veins may be necessary
Proper foot care
Daily self-check – If there is any abnormal sign/symptom, consult a doctor immediately.
Maintain appropriate weight
Elevate the legs whenever possible. Avoid standing for too long.
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