Post-phlebitic syndrome of any etiology:

Description Percentage

Massive board-like edema with constant pain at rest

Description Percentage

Persistent edema or subcutaneous induration, stasis pigmentation or eczema, and persistent ulceration

Description Percentage

Persistent edema and stasis pigmentation or eczema, with or without intermittent ulceration

Description Percentage

Persistent edema, incompletely relieved by elevation of extremity, with or without beginning stasis pigmentation or eczema

Description Percentage

Intermittent edema of extremity or aching and fatigue in leg after

prolonged standing or walking, with symptoms relieved by elevation of extremity or compression hosiery

Description Percentage

Asymptomatic palpable or visible varicose veins


Note: These evaluations are for involvement of a single extremity. If more than one extremity is involved, evaluate each extremity separately and combine (under §4.25), using the bilateral factor (§4.26), if applicable.

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