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Flashcards in Surgical Ulcers, C32 P195-196 Deck (11):
1

Define the following terms:
Peptic ulcer
P195

General term for gastric/duodenal ulcer
disease

2

Define the following terms:
Gastric ulcer
P195

Ulcer in the stomach

3

Define the following terms:
Curling’s ulcer
P196 (picture)

Gastric ulcer after burn injury (Think:
Curling’s—curling iron burn—burn)

4

Define the following terms:
Cushing’s ulcer
P196

Peptic ulcer after neurologic insult
(Think: Cushing—famous neurosurgeon)

5

Define the following terms:
Dieulafoy’s ulcer
P196

Pinpoint gastric mucosal defect
bleeding from underlying arterial
vessel malformation

6

Define the following terms:
Marjolin’s ulcer
P196

Squamous cell carcinoma ulceration
overlying chronic osteomyelitis or burn
scar

7

Define the following terms:
Aphthous ulcer
P196

GI tract ulcer seen in Crohn’s disease

8

Define the following terms:
Marginal ulcer
P196

Mucosal ulcer seen at a site of GI tract
anastomosis

9

Define the following terms:
Decubitus ulcer
P196

Skin/subcutaneous ulceration from
pressure necrosis, classically on the
buttocks/sacrum

10

Define the following terms:
Venous stasis ulcer
P196

Skin ulceration on medial malleolus
caused by venous stasis of a lower
extremity

11

Define the following terms:
LE arterial insufficiency ulcer
P196

Skin ulcers usually located on the toes/feet