The prevalence of chronic wounds and their sequelae has not been thoroughly studied. Complications connected with chronic wounds raise the cost—both financial and personal to those with these wounds, however unrecognised they may be. Infection, tissue necrosis and gangrene, periwound dermatitis, periwound edoema, osteomyelitis, hematomas, and dehiscence are some of the more common consequences, however this is not an exhaustive list.
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