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Results 1 - 10 of 694 for Skin ulcer
  1. ... loss from a serious skin infection Surgery for skin cancer Venous ulcers , pressure ulcers , or diabetic ulcers that do not heal After mastectomy or amputation The area from where skin is taken is called the donor site. After ...
  2. Eldercare at Home: Skin Problems (AGS Health in Aging Foundation)  
    Skin Aging/Related Issues ... Skin Aging ... Some older people can develop skin disorders that may turn into serious medical problems. Older skin is less oily, ...
  3. ... are basal cell cancer. Other common types of skin cancer are: Squamous cell cancer Melanoma
  4. ... may range from a mild rash to severe skin ulcers. Skin ulcers, especially on the legs, may not heal completely, ...
  5. ... in your legs Skin changes or even a skin ulcer (sore) in your lower legs These problems may ... development of varicose veins Decrease any discomfort Prevent skin ulcers
  6. ... limb may need to be amputated if these skin ulcers do not heal or become larger, deeper, or ... hammertoes. These need to be treated to prevent skin breakdown and ulcers. Check and care for your feet every day. ...
  7. ... limb may need to be amputated if these skin ulcers do not heal, or become larger, deeper, or ... hammertoe. These need to be treated to prevent skin breakdown and ulcers. Check and care for your feet every day. ...
  8. Livedoid Vasculopathy From the National Institutes of Health (Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center)  
    Find symptoms and other information about Livedoid vasculopathy. ... Vascular Diseases/Specifics ... Vascular Diseases ... Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center
  9. Scleroderma Complications and Treatments (Scleroderma Research Foundation)  
    ... scleroderma skin complications and treatments including Raynaud's Phenomenon, skin ulcers, and Calcinosis.
  10. ... when something keeps rubbing or pressing against the skin. ... can help improve circulation. Do not massage the skin near or on the ulcer. This can cause more damage. Do not use ...
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