Miller Vein Blog

What Science Says about Healing a Leg Ulcer

Posted by Miller Vein Team on Sep 10, 2020 2:07:56 PM



The most common cause of a leg ulcer is a faulty vein(s) that allows blood to leak or travel the wrong way in your lower extremity. A useful analogy to how of these leg ulcers form is to think of your vein as a leaking pipe and your skin is dry wall. Now imagine the leaking pipe is causing the dry wall to get wet and eventually rot. The damaged dry wall will crumble and maybe even develop an open hole.  This open hole is the venous ulcer.

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Tags: Miller Vein, Leg Ulcer, Venous Ulcer

New Research Finds Early Intervention Best for Venous Ulcers

Posted by Miller Vein Team on Apr 19, 2019 12:03:00 PM
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Tags: venous disease, Miller Vein, Venous Stasis Ulcer, Venous Insufficiency, wound care, Research, Leg Ulcer, Venous Ulcer