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Arterial vs. Venous Insufficiency

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arterial insufficiency
wounds occur secondary to ischemia from inadequate circulation of oxygenated blood
arterial insufficiency
ulcer on the lower third of leg
arterial insufficiency
ulcer on toes, web spaces
arterial insufficiency
ulcer on lateral maleolus
arterial insufficiency
smooth edges, deep, and welll defined
arterial insufficiency
lack of granulation tissue
arterial insufficiency
pain is severe
arterial insufficiency
pedal pulses are diminished or absent
arterial insufficiency
edema is normal
arterial insufficiency
skin temperature is decreased
arterial insufficiency
tissue is thin and shiny
arterial insufficiency
hair loss of skin
arterial insufficiency
yellow nails
arterial insufficiency
leg elevation increases pain
venous insufficiency
wounds occur secondary to inadequate functioning of the venous system
venous insufficiency
wounds are proximal to the medial malleolus
venous insufficiency
wounds are irregular shaped
venous insufficiency
wounds are shallow
venous insufficiency
pain is mild to moderate
venous insufficiency
pedal pulses are normal
venous insufficiency
edema is increased
venous insufficiency
skin temperature is normal
venous insufficiency
skin is flakey and dry
venous insufficiency
skin had a brownish discoloration
venous insufficiency
leg elevation lessens pain