Venous Insufficiency after debridement

Venous Insufficiency after debridement


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Chronic peripheral venous insufficiency wound after debridement. The removal of dead, damaged, or infected tissue improves the healing potential of the remaining healthy tissue. Chronic peripheral venous insufficiency or CVI normally afflicts the legs as working venous valves are necessary to provide efficient blood return from the lower extremities to the heart. It poses a risk of ulcers and cellulitis.

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