Nail training

Nail courses – Disorders of the feet

leg_ulcer_renderingvnsVein and innervation disorders of the feet:

Vein diseases:

  • Varicose veins occur when the walls of veins appearing near the surface of the skin dilate and the blood flows back to the lower part of the vein. It is caused by prolonged standing, obesity. Treatment for them is exercise.
  • Varicose veins generally cause inflammation. Symptoms: painful, hard and swollen veins, erythema, fever, shivers.
  • Thrombosis occurs when blood clots develop in veins that lie deep within the limb, the obstruction reduces the metabolism of tissues which can cause ulcers. Medical treatment is needed. Causes: circulatory disorders, blood coagulation disorders and varicose veins are its predisposal factors. Symptoms: aching leg, swollen leg, contracture, erythema, tense, shiny and cool skin or fever. Treatment: staying in bed, blood diluents, bandage.

Arterial diseases:

Vasoconstriction occurs when the internal section of arteries become narrow or even can get blocked so the circulation of the limb deteriorates or stops. Diabetes is its predisposal factor. Symptoms: pain especially when walking, cool limb to the touch, epithelium becomes thin, hard and dry, the leg is covered with wounds and ulcers which heal up very badly or do not heal at all. Its treatment is surgery.

Neurological disorders, nervous system diseases:

It may be genetic or acquired. Acquired, such as due to injury, infection, poisoning, periostosis, tumour or blood supply disorders, malfunction occurs at any point of the nervous pathway. Consequences: loss of sense (smell, taste, heat), numbness, spasm, weakness of muscles, dystrophy or paralysis.
Sudeck-syndrome: caused by the serious sprain or fracture of the upper or lower limb, the repeated replacement of dagger ends, malfunction of autonomic nervous system caused when a plaster-bandage has been applied incorrectly the consequence of which is the veins are involuntarily seized with cramps and due to the bad blood supply an atrophy of bone and other tissues may begin to develop. Symptoms: pain, inflammatory symptoms, limited motion, bone atrophy in some locations.
Treatment: walking has to be forced and local anaesthetic, as well as antiphlogistic may be applied.