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What is a Trophic Ulcer?

Description of the disease

Trophic ulcer is a chronic non-healing ulcerative skin or mucosal lesion that does not heal for a long time. This is usually associated with impaired blood circulation and tissue nutrition at the site of the ulcer.


  • Vascular trophic ulcer
  • Non-vascular trophic ulcer
  • Diabetic trophic ulcer


  • Pain at the site of the ulcer
  • Discharge from the ulcer
  • Necrotic tissues around the ulcer


The most common cause is impaired blood circulation, which can be caused by atherosclerosis, varicose veins, diabetes, and other diseases.


The diagnosis of trophic ulcer includes a doctor's examination, as well as various instrumental methods such as ultrasound examination, angiography, and blood biochemical analysis.


Treatment of trophic ulcer includes elimination of the underlying cause, as well as the use of local and systemic medications to accelerate ulcer healing.


  • Regular check-ups with a doctor
  • Control of blood sugar levels in diabetic patients
  • Avoidance of skin injuries


Treatment of trophic ulcer is carried out by a dermatologist or surgeon.

Please note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.