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Leg ulcerations: a clinical appraisal.

Leg ulcerations are frequent and often require dermatological advice. Many typical ulcerations may be recognized quite easily by inspection. Through a series of clinical examples, clinical diseases that may have ulceration of the leg as an initial presentation are illustrated. The figures of the article may be looked at first, without reading the legend, so the reader may suggest diagnostic hypotheses before discovering the true diagnosis.

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