Lower extremity ulcers in connective tissue disease.

Abstract

Lower extremity ulcers are a late complication of connective tissue diseases and occur more commonly in patients with these diseases than in the general population. Although these lesions have historically been attributed to vasculitis, it is now recognized that inflammatory vessel injury accounts for fewer than 20% of ulcers in connective tissue disease… (More)

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