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vascular problems
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Usually seen in those 30 years or older.
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Definition for venous stasis

Stasis dermatitis refers to the skin changes that occur in the leg as a result of "stasis" or blood pooling from insufficient venous return, the common cause of this being from varicose veins leads to the alternative name of varicose eczema.

some common symptoms
poor wound healing
ulcer(s) on foot (feet)
ulcer(s) on leg(s)
ulcer(s) on leg(s) and feet

some related diagnoses
1 - 7 of 33 diagnoses
diabetic foot
peripheral vascular disease
Factor V Leiden thrombophilia
varicose veins
thromboangiitis obliterans

do i have 'venous stasis'?
In addition the following diagnostic tests might be need to help verify the diagnosis:

therapeutic procedures for 'venous stasis'?
Managing or treating a diseases should always be determined by a patients health care provider. Below is a list of associated therapeutic procedures or medications for venous stasis:

medications search results for 'venous stasis'
rankings are computer generated. please consult your health care provider.

web search results for venous stasis
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