ⓘ Lipodermatosclerosis


ⓘ Hypodermitis sclerodermiformis

Lipodermatosclerosis is a skin and connective tissue disease. It is a form of lower extremity panniculitis, an inflammation of the layer of fat under the epidermis.

  • It represents late sequelae of lipodermatosclerosis where the skin has lost its nutrient blood flow. Lipodermatosclerosis This is an indurated plaque in
  • organic materials, povidone, feces, saliva, vaginal fluid, and oils. Lipodermatosclerosis is a form of panniculitis associated with chronic venous insufficiency
  • venous disease such as lipodermatosclerosis Several randomized trials noted improvement in the area of lipodermatosclerosis reduced skin thickness
  • vascular disease PVD shiny skin seen in PVD Haemosiderin deposits Lipodermatosclerosis Temperature cool suggest poor circulation, sides should be compared
  • time to heal. In some people the skin above the ankle may shrink lipodermatosclerosis because the fat underneath the skin becomes hard. Restless legs
  • loss of skin pigmentation due to death of erythrocytes and scarring Lipodermatosclerosis a hardening of the skin which can lead to an inverted champagne