Clinical Synopsis: Chronic, non-adherent venous leg ulcer (VLU) patient presented with an 11 cm2 wound with red regions on fluorescence images indicating bacterial contamination. After five weeks of treatment with antimicrobials and compression, wound area had reduced by 37% and bioburden was no longer visible in or around the wound.
|Standard Imaging ModeTM|
|Fluorescence Imaging ModeTM|
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|Bacteria indicated by regions of red fluorescence (arrows)|
|Wound Etiology and Location||
|Patient Specific Challenges||
|Patient’s General Care Paradigm||
MolecuLight Clinical Case 0051.