Phlebitis - What is phlebitis and how should phlebitis be treated? See more
Phlebitis is usually due to clot in the superficial veins of the legs. Phlebitis should NOT be treated with antibiotics. Anyone who thinks they have, or have been told that they have, phlebitis MUST have a venous DUPLEX ULTRASOUND scan - otherwise the diagnosis might be wrong and the wrong treatment might be given.
See www.phlebitis.co.uk for more information.
Leg ulcers - Diagnosis and treatment of leg ulcers See more
Leg ulcers - Why leg ulcers occur and how to cure leg ulcers. An explanation by Professor Mark Whiteley.
For more information, visit http://www.thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk/conditions/leg-ulcers/
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