Stasis Dermatitis – Try Using Dermaka Cream to Lighten the Skin!

Posted on December 20, 2017 with

A common inflammatory skin disease that usually occurs on the lower extremities. Patients with long standing venous hypertension usually present with stasis changes of the lower legs.

Patients are currently using dermaka cream for stasis dermatitis and we are seeing improvements. The skin seems to be lightening and appears healthier looking.

This patient exhibits classic hyperpigmentation and varicosities of stasis dermatitis. There is inflammatory eczematous change overlying the medial ankle, with healed scarring from a recent ulcer.


Tags: dermatology, stasis changes, stasis dermatitis, venous disease, venous ulcers

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