Chronic venous insufficiency is accompanied by various skin lesions. Ochre dermatitis is a secondary pigmentary disorder of venous stasis where the increase in intravascular pressure and endothelial alterations cause extravasation of erythrocytes, hemosiderine-laden macrophages, and melanin deposits. Aesthetic treatment is difficult and in most cases unsatisfactory.
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Pigmentation Due to Stasis Dermatitis Treated Successfully with A Noncoherent Intense Pulsed Light Source