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Review Articles from PubMed
Cutaneous changes are a common feature of chronic venous insufficiency and include venous eczema and lipodermatosclerosis. This review will address the presumed pathophysiology of these conditions, their clinical findings, and important management strategies.
The most commonly recognized form of lipodermatosclerosis (LDS), chronic LDS presents with induration and hyperpigmentation of the skin involving the one or both of the lower legs in a characteristic "inverted champagne bottle" appearance. Associated with venous insufficiency, LDS ...
Lipodermatosclerosis (LDS) is a prototypic ischemic dermopathy that is most commonly associated with venous insufficiency. There have been no prior reports describing LDS as a form of radiation recall dermatitis (RRD). We present a case of a 47-year-old female affected by squamous ...
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Research Articles from PubMed
Lipodermatosclerosis (LDS) is a well-recognized form of fibrosing panniculitis. Although chronic cases are readily diagnosed, early and evolving lesions may be clinically mistaken for cellulitis and other forms of panniculitis. Most pathologists are familiar with a pseudomembranous ...
Lipodermatosclerosis may develop clinical aspects that have striking analogies with Van Gogh's style of painting cypresses. They may reveal specific physiopathological disorders and identify a homogeneous group of patients with chronic venous insufficiency.