Stasis dermatitis (also called venous stasis dermatitis) is an inflammatory reaction of the skin of the lower leg caused by static (slow or delayed) venous flow of the leg. Stasis dermatitis is common... (read more)
Trench foot is the term used to describe injuries of the foot due to water and cold exposure at sustained temperatures ranging from 32-65 degrees Fahrenheit. Trench foot differs from frostbite in that... (read more)
Puncture wounds of the foot are described as partial or full thickness. Partial thickness puncture wounds of the foot do not penetrate the deepest layer of the skin (dermis.) Full thickness puncture wounds... (read more)
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