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Venous ulcers are ulcers that are located some depth within a vein. They are usually generated by chronic venous insufficiency, being a disease predominant in women, especially over 30 years old. The depth of venous ulcers is variable, and can sometimes be covered by an exudate. Although in most cases they...
Ulcers are open sores or cracks appearing in the lining of internal organs, most commonly found in the stomach or bowels, but which can also be found in the esophagus. Peptic ulcers are open sores which begin as pain points then become red and inflamed, eventually breaking the surface of the lining or...
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