Upper and Lower Limb

Ulcers on Leg – Chronic Arterial, Venous, Diabetic Ulceration

What are Leg Ulcers? Ulcers are  crater-like open sores that are a result of erosion of tissue.  On the leg, these ulcers are visible on the skin and extend deep into the underlying tissue. Ulceration may occur for a number of reasons and with proper treatment and care, it can heal fairly quickly (acute). However, in >> Read More ...

Femoral Blood Vessels (Artery and Vein), Anatomy, Pictures

The femoral blood vessels are important conduits for blood traveling between the heart and lower limb. The femoral artery carries blood to the lower limb while the femoral vein carries blood back to the heart. These structures are common sites for conditions that cause narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels. >> Read More ...
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