ulcers, skin pigmentation etc. … […] with moderate or absent joint inflammation and severe extra-articular disease, including a high frequency of rheumatoid nodules, lymphadenopathy, hepatopathy, vasculitis, leg … Patients with Felty's syndrome can have more infections than the average person and can develop legulcers.
Patients may develop legulcers and skin fibrosis, claim pain, swelling and paresthesias. … Legulcers are long-term complications of DVT and will not be observable in patients presenting with acute thromboembolism. … Both medical history and physical examination may, however, not allow for a clear distinction between DVT, CVI and PS if legulcers are not present.
ulcers (OR 2.5) Chronic edema or lymphedema (OR 2.5) Prior cellulitis in the same area (OR 2.1) Cellulitis at a wound site (OR 1.9) Disposition Admit for: Sepsis Significant … SMX 2 DS tablets (5mg/kg) PO q12hrs x 10 days Ceftriaxone 1g (50mg/kg) IV q24hrs Predictors of Treatment Failure  Fever (T 38 C) at triage (odds ratio [OR] 4.3) Chronic leg … A break in the skin can be caused by any of the following: Burn Insect bite Animal bite Puncture wound Legulcer Skin conditions ( eczema or athlete’s foot) Symptoms of cellulitis