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Cellulitis of the leg

CELLULITIS

Infection of the SKIN & THE TISSUE JUST BELOW IT is called cellulitis.

It appears to be a RED, HOT , TENDER AREA which has the potential to become Limb or Life threatening.

Such cellulitis cases are routinely treated at The Save Legs Diabetic Foot Clinic & Wound Care Centre

Cellulitis of Great Toe
Cellulitis of the Great Toe which can be treated on out patient basis
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CELLULITIS of the leg
Cellulitis Leg , LEG SWELLING , LEG PAIN , VARICOSE VEINS
Cellulitis of the Leg
Cellulitis with Necrosis & Ulcers
Leg Cellulitis with Necrosis & Ulcers : No operation was carried out
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Cellulitis of Leg with Ulceration

Leg Cellulitis with Ulceration in a Diabetic

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DURING TREATMENT
CELLULITIS

COMPLETE HEALING WITH ADVANCED WOUND CARE : NO OPERATION WAS DONE

CELLULITIS TREATMENT :

Treatment of cellulitis mayinvolve :

  1. Antibiotics
  2. Dressings/Compression
  3. Medicines to increase blood flow
  4. Surgery in selective cases
  5. My usual protocol is to treat the cellulitis with non surgical methods. Only in cases where I consider that the situation may be Limb Threatening Or Life Threatening do I go in for surgery.