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  • Venostasis Dermatitis
    Written by Megan Kinder - and big thanks go out to contributor Jeffrey A. Oster, DPM.
    Venostasis dermatitis is an inflammatory reaction seen in the skin of the lower leg caused by static, slow or delayed venous flow of the leg. Venostasis dermatitis is common in patients 50 years and older. Factors that can contribute to the early onset of venostasis dermatitis include obesity, inactivity, venous injury, dependency (lower than the heart) of the leg and infection of the leg. The primary contributing cause of stasis dermatitis is valvular incompentency of the veins of the leg resulting in chronic swelling. The appearance of venous stasis can range from simple swelling to severe ulcerations. Left untreated, venostasis dermatitis can progress to a venous ulceration. The most common location for a venous ulceration of the lower extremity is over the medial aspect of the ankle. Venous ulcerations vary in size and depth.
  • Venous Stasis Dermatitis Treatment
    Written by Megan Kinder with help from contributor Anthony F Fransway, MD.
    The first step in getting Venous Stasis Dermatitis Treatment is to learn about the illness. More commonly referred to as "Stasis dermatitis", or "stasis eczema", is a commonly seen inflammatory dermatosis of the lower extremities occurring in patients with chronic venous insufficiency, often in association with varicose veins, dependent chronic edema, hyperpigmentation, lipodermatosclerosis, and ulcerations.
  • Stasis Dermatitis
    http://www.skincarephysicians.com/eczemanet/Stasis_dermatitis.html
    Developing in the lower legs, this common eczema occurs when circulation becomes sluggish. Poor blood flow causes fluids to build up, and the legs swell. Over time, this build up of fluids affects the skin, causing a rash that usually itches, painful sores, as well as thinning and discolored skin. Effective treatment involves treating not only the dermatitis but the circulatory problem as well.
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