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23 Possible Causes for Ankle Edema, Discoloration of the Lower Extremity, Pruritus

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    A 38-year-old Sri Lankan man presented with acute pancreatitis and later he developed progressive abdominal distention with bilateral ankle edema.[] The patient's left lower extremity was discolored, tender, and swollen, although it had not progressed to venous gangrene or dermal necrosis.[] […] chronic debilitating condition seen in about 43% of patients with DVT within two years Patients present with a painful heavy leg and may also have cramps, paraesthesia, and pruritus[]

  • Stasis Dermatitis

    Earlier signs, such as prominent superficial veins and pitting ankle edema, are well known.[] Symptoms Swelling around the ankles that usually goes away while you’re asleep but comes back the next day Discoloration of the skin or hyperpigmentation on the lower extremities[] All patients had varicose vein and complained of pruritus.[]

  • Raynaud's Disease

    They have the common side effects of headache, flushing, and ankle edema, but these are not typically of sufficient severity to require cessation of treatment.[] An examination revealed venous changes, chronic ulceration, and digit discoloration in upper and lower extremities.[] A 65-year-old man with Raynaud disease presented with neck and upper extremity pain.[]

  • Varicose Veins

    Learn more: Swollen feet, ankles, and hands (edema) during pregnancy Itching during pregnancy Help for common pregnancy skin problems[] Severe venous reflux can result in skin discoloration, severe swelling, and lower extremity wounds that do not heal well.[] Common chronic symptoms of varicose veins that should be elicited include the following: Leg heaviness Exercise intolerance Pain or tenderness along the course of a vein Pruritus[]

  • Edema

    The most common way of finding out if the swelling in the ankle is due to Ankle Edema, is by checking for pain. The swelling due to edema is painless.[] extremities, with brownish discoloration, discomfort but not marked pain, and sometimes skin ulcers Often associated with varicose veins Clinical evaluation Extrinsic venous[] Often, the patient has legs that are painful, itchy (pruritus), or burning, and the legs become so severely compromised that the patient is at risk of a severe infection.[]

  • Venous Disorder of Lower Extremity

    Diameters of varicose veins can range from 3 mm to 8 mm.2 Edema & leg or ankle swelling with and without skin changes Edema and swollen ankles are the next progressive states[] B) an open wound on the lower extremities. C) brownish or grayish discoloration of the skin. D) hard, waxy, hyperpigmented tissue with swelling of the surrounding areas.[] Pruritus may accompany skin changes.[]

  • Venous Stasis Ulcer

    Type of Wound Characteristics Risk Factors Venous Ulcer Shallow Superficial Irregular shape Small to large Painful related to edema, phlebitis, or infection Usually appear[] Location Venous stasis ulcer is basically located and found at the distal extremity, lower leg.[] Pruritus may accompany skin changes.[]

  • Venous Insufficiency of Leg

    Diameters of varicose veins can range from 3 mm to 8 mm.2 Edema & leg or ankle swelling with and without skin changes Edema and swollen ankles are the next progressive states[] Symptoms of Venous Insufficiency Typical lower extremity symptoms many patients experience include: Swelling Aching, burning, throbbing, cramping, or other discomfort Skin[] Pruritus may accompany skin changes.[]

  • Venous Insufficiency

    Symptoms of Chronic Venous Insufficiency include: Swelling of the legs or ankles (edema) Pain that worsens with prolonged sitting or standing Pain that improves with leg elevation[] CVI frequently causes Inflammatory skin disease (stasis dermatitis) on the lower extremities of patients with CVI, followed by development of reddish-brown skin discoloration[] Pruritus may accompany skin changes.[]

  • Postphlebitic Syndrome

    The patient who has a blood clot in the leg, needs to use elastic compression stockings which help keep fluid from pooling around your ankle (edema).[] Despite compression stockings and exercise therapy for 3 months, the patient still had persistent lower extremity pitting edema, and discoloration of feet and ankle with significant[] Pruritus and paresthesias indicate dermatological lesions and may precede or accompany stasis dermatitis.[]

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