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A 68 year old female presents with 3 weeks history of pain, itching and discoloration of the left lower extremity. She is having uncontrolled hypertension. O/E pulse 80bpm BP 190/110 mmHg slight edema present near the ankle which is non pitting. No pallor icterus S/E WNL Diagnosis and Management.

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Stasis dermititis Pt is uncontrolled hypertension Hence dependent pedal oedema hence check antihypertensive regime if pt is on Amylodipine shift on other molecule My adv telmisartan+chlorthalidone And metaprolol Check colour doppler study to r/o dvt and varicose veins Adv local astringents strapping of legs Keep legs raised Avoid long standing and walking If not responding add additional diuretics

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Stasis dermititis Pt is uncontrolled hypertension Hence dependent pedal oedema hence check antihypertensive regime if pt is on Amylodipine shift on other molecule My adv telmisartan+chlorthalidone And metaprolol Check colour doppler study to r/o dvt and varicose veins Adv local astringents strapping of legs Keep legs raised Avoid long standing and walking If not responding add additional diuretics

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VARICOSE VEINS RELATED STASIS DERMATITIES

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Stasis dermatitis Discolouration is duo to Varicose Vein With uncontrolled HTN

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? Stasis Dermatitis

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Stasis dermatitis Varicose vein Ddx Dvt Cellulitis

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Cellulitis leg? I/v broad spectrum antibiotics/nsaid...

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SUGGESTIVE. OF CELLULITIS SECONDARY. TO... VARICOSE. VEINS. ... ADVISABLE... X. RAY COLOR. DOPPLER

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Statis dermatitis

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Stasis Dermatitis

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