and Kaposi’s Sarcoma (Part 2)
By Martin Vera, LVN, CWS
Part 2 in a series discussing the etiology, assessment and management of atypical wounds. Read Part 1 here.
As our journey through the exciting and uncharted, choppy waters of atypical wounds comes to a close, I discuss a few more wounds. The purpose and goal of this blog are to create awareness of other wounds that exist and instill the curiosity in my fellow clinicians to get our research done.
This blog describes a few atypical wounds, including scleroderma, Marjolin’s ulcer, and Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS). Even with the previous discussion of atypical wounds in this two-part series, many other atypical wounds exist, and I encourage and challenge you to educate yourselves and others, continue doing the research necessary to continue the battle to prevent and heal these wounds, and increase awareness to achieve early detection and have better chances for positive outcomes … read more