Martorell Ulcer and Vitamin K Antagonists: A Dangerous Combination

This week, two scientific meetings that I usually attend every year, have taken place: the 46th National Congress of Dermatology and Venereology in Palma...

Eczema craquelé: when skin deteriorates like paintings

The craquelé effect on the skin is often found on the legs of the elderly, especially in winter. The name of these lesions, eczema...

Essential Decalogue in the fight against venous hypertension

Summer heat is synonymous with temptation of the patient with venous insufficiency to leave compressive therapy on hold for a few months... Therefore, summer...

Phlebolymphedema, a term that should be more used

In  our daily life as a health care professional treating patients with leg ulcers, have you ever used or heard the word PHLEBOLYMPHEDEMA?  Probably...

Emollients for eczema on legs

What is the best moisturising recommendation for the elderly with dry skin or those with eczema secondary  to venous insufficiency? You have probably asked yourself...

The interest of pH in wound healing

Although it's not something we think about or measure in our daily clinical practice, maintaining an adequate pH in the wound bed is essential...

Iron, ochre dermatitis and venous disease

The idea of talking about iron and venous ulcer came to me when I read an article that has just been published on the...

Keratinocytes and their analgesic effect

I have decided to dedicate this post to the specific analgesic potential of keratinocytes because it is something that is hardly talked about in...

Why do calcifications occur in chronic skin ulcers?

Since this is not an unusual finding, but there is little scientific literature on it, I will dedicate today's post to dystrophic calcifications in...

Why are adjustable compression wrap devices so popular?

This is another post to add to the list of blog entries on Compression Therapy! And it couldn't be any other way because it's...

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