This atlas is the product both of new interest in the aetiology and pathophysiology of leg ulcers and of ten years of clinical care and therapeutic studies by the authors. The variety of clinical presentations of leg ulcers in covered. these are organized according to appearance and clinical relevance. The detailed captions describe the findings and then offer a guide toward diagnosis and treatment. The aim of planning patient management is a prominent theme throughout. This book is designed for physicians in a variety of disciplines who deal with leg ulcers.