Venous stasis

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Venous stasis
Other namesVenostasis
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Skin changes as a result of long term venous stasis

Venostasis, or venous stasis, is a condition of slow blood flow in the veins, usually of the legs.

Causes[edit]

Causes of venous stasis include:

Complications[edit]

Potential complications of venous stasis are:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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