Clinical Examination and Treatment of a Leg Ulcer Caused by a Stingray Puncture

The most frequent causes of leg ulcers include venous incompetency (superficial and deep), arterial insufficiency, trauma, vasculitis, and neoplasm. Leg ulcers from injury by stingrays are quite rare. In this case report, we describe a leg ulcer caused by a stingray sting complicated by infection, which healed completely without surgery.

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Clinical Examination and Treatment of a Leg Ulcer Caused by a Stingray Puncture

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