Venous ulceration remains the most common wound in our ambulatory patient population. Though precise cellular mechanisms are not yet understood, ambulatory venous hypertension initiates a cascade of events leading in many cases to a persistent non-healing wound. With adequate hemodynamic support and biological dressings virtually all venous ulcers heal with ambulatory outpatient management. © 1991.
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