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Wounds 2

Most Distal, Cool to touch, Painful, Appear pale or necrotic, No exudate Arterial Wounds
Start in Gator Area, Edematous, Cover large area but superficial in appearance, Not painful, High Exudate Venous Wounds
Tissue wound edges becomes eroded; therefore, the wound beneath the skin exceeds the size of the opening. Undermining
A narrow tract of fascia plane destruction with no opening at the other end. Tunneling
Tract with fascia plan destruction with another wound opening at the other end. Sinus Tract
Created by: pta2013