- venous ulcer
- venous stasis ulcer ulceration on the skin of the ankle due to venous insufficiency and venous stasis.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
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Ulcer, stasis — A stasis ulcer is an ulcer (a crater) that develops in an area in which the circulation is sluggish and the venous return (the return of venous blood toward the heart) is poor. A common location for stasis ulcers is on the ankle. Stasis refers to … Medical dictionary
venous stasis — cessation or impairment of venous flow, such as with venous insufficiency; see also stasis ulcer, under ulcer. Called also phlebostasis and venostasis … Medical dictionary
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