Non-Healing wounds associated with Klippel-Trenaunay Weber s
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A 28 y/o relatively healthy and active male mechanic with a history of Klippel Trenaunay Weber syndrome presented on referral from a respected local dermatologist to the wound healing center with a chief complaint of painful non-healing wounds on the outside of his right leg and ankle. The patient stated that the wounds had been present for approximately four years on his right lower leg and one month on his ankle. He reported that the lesion began as a flat quarter sized "mole" that was tender to touch. l-k initially presented to a dermatologist who promptly biopsied the lesion. The biopsy report was read as exhibiting extensive stasis changes and numerous siderophages (Macrophages containing hemosiderin). Prior treatments included antibiotic cream, moisturizing cream, and compression stockings. No debridement had been undertaken up to this point.

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