What is diagnosis and treatment?

46-year-old male complaints of these lesions started 5 days ago as blisters that developed to the current state. He also reported one episode of fever 2 days ago. Past medical history of two episodes of venous thrombosis, one in each leg, in 2016 and 2017. What is your opinion on the diagnosis and management?

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? VASCULOPATHIC ULCER.. ? STASIS DERMATITIS.. NEED'S.. CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL EVALUATION WITH.. * BLOOD CBC CT BT PT.. * URINE ROUTINE.. * BSR..HBA1C.. * COLOUR DOPLAR STUDY.. MEANWHILE TREAT WITH.. * TOPICALLY..MUPIROCIN.. * ANTIBIOTICS COVERAGE WITH NSAIDS AS PER REQUIREMENT.. * LEG ELEVATION.. * SURGEONS OPINION FOR WOUND MANAGEMENT..
Tnx Dr Sunita Kude madam..
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Vericose eczema or venous ulcer. Management 1. Debridement of dead tissue and ulcer dressing 2. Medication for healing and preventing secondary infection 3. Elevation of foot while sleeping for venous return 4. Elastic stocking for compression
Stasis dermatitis with ulceration.needs to be investigated for diabetes and a Doppler study would be essential.
varicose vein ulcer elevation of legs regular dressing do color Doppler
Looks as venous ul er but needs full evaluation
Venous ulcer Compression stockings I
Varicose ulcer/ thrombophlebitis
Thrombophlebitis
Venous ulcer
Venous Ulcer Mx 1. Surgical debridement of ulcer with antibiotic cover 2. Limb elevation while sleeping 3. Compression stocking 4. Surgical intervention of vericos vein to prevent recurrence
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