Skin Discoloration Lower Legs Diabetes
Pictures. Lesions have fairly well defined borders between them and normal skin. Skin problems associated with reduced blood supply to the skin.
A poor fitting contact in that eye. I have some discoloration in my lower legs which has gotten better since raising my feet on pillows. Type iii is diffuse muddy brown pigmentation of normal.
Inspect the lower limbs for skin changes associated with peripheral vascular disease.
The red blood cells sit around and when they do, they release iron. Leg discoloration, also known as venous stasis dermatitis, is a common problem that occurs as a result of problems with your veins, specifically veins in your lower legs and feet. The condition is marked by small, oval brown or red spots on the lower legs. Diabetes leg pain can be a message of circulatory blockage in the lower limb, often circulation issues manifest as skin discoloration.