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Pictures of leg ulcers

80 year old lady with swollen lower legs whic are seeping fluid has a large ulcer above her outer ankle legs burn ESP at night

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Swollen ankles black in colour swollen toes colour of toes yellow pain is undarable back of leg looks bruised blue in colour very big lumps in the back of the ankle


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My left leg from knee to toes swells daily at least an inch. I sleep it goes to normal


Swelling of the leg may involve a noticeable distension of the shin or calf, ankles, feet or toes. Foot swelling may be a common occurrence which most of us will experience at some point in life after a long day of standing or sitting but may also be an indication of a more serious pathology as in certain cardiovascular disorders.
Recurrent or persistent swelling of the feet should be investigated by a medical practitioner especially if you have a history of cardiovascular disease or have noticed a change in color, sensation or mobility of the leg, foot or toe.
Blood rich in oxygen and nutrients flows through the arteries to the target area. Blood carrying deoxygenated blood returns to the heart via the veins where it is quickly routed to the lungs to be replenished with oxygen.
Blood flowing to the leg has to return to the heart through a group of veins with intermittent valves located throughout the course of the vein. This venous blood (blood in the veins that is returning to the heart) has to flow against gravity and since the pressure is usually lower at the feet, other muscles of the leg assist with 'pumping' this blood back to the heart. This muscle pump is most active when we are walking and least when we are standing stationary or sitting. Blood travels short distances up the vein and backflow of blood is prevented by a series of valves in these veins.
Working alongside the blood vessels are the lymphatic vessels which return lymphatic fluid (lymph) back up the body to empty into the blood system.
Swelling of the leg usually occurs as a result of an inadequate flow of blood or lymphatic fluid back up to the torso of the body. However other localized causes may further contribute to swollen feet, ankles or toes.

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Leg ulcer with psudomonis


That can be serious for you. It sounds like you have already seen a doctor, and it may be worth having a second opinion.

Pseudomonas can become resistant to antibiotics, and often a specimen from the infection will be tested by a lab to determine which antibiotic is going to work best.

There is a range of possible antibiotics which the doctor may choose from:
ceftazidime
  • ciprofloxacin or levofloxacin
  • gentamicin
  • cefepime
  • aztreonam
  • carbapenems
  • ticarcillin
  • ureidopenicillins

  • In addition that ulcer may imply trouble with the blood circulation in your legs (which might be old news to you), so ask about treatment for that from the doctor.

    Above all, don't neglect this or try to manage it by yourself.

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    It may be necessary to use a compounding pharmacy to use a anti-bacterial that will treat the ulcer. If he has been to a specialist I assume that the ulcer has been cultured and tested for susceptibility. If the proper antibiotics are being administered then a typical corneal ulcer should heal.
    If the ulcer has been cultured and treated accordingly then there are other factors that are causing the ulcer. There is a possibility of the problem being caused by the Herpes Simplex virus or Ocular Cicatrical Pemphagoid.
    Have your son see a corneal specialist, if that isn't one of the specialists he has seen. To give you a better answer I would need a fuller picture of the previous diagnosis's, cause of the ulcer and treatments that have been attempted already. Good luck with your son. I hope this helps.

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