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How to differentiate bruising from vascular occlusion?

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How to differentiate bruising from vascular occlusion?

Many aesthetics professionals worst nightmare is having a bruise appear while they are treating a patient.

1- typical symptoms
The formation of a bruise may usually be observed fairly quickly after treatment; occasionally, it just appears as erythema at first and darkens with time.

2- bruise sites
Pinprick bruises at the point where the needle entered the skin are more frequent among bruises caused by injectable treatments. A vascular occlusion may extend beyond of your treatment region and cover the territory of a supplying vessel.

3-Vascular occlusion symptoms
One significant distinction is that whereas a vascular occlusion will experience a delayed capillary refill, bruising will have a normal capillary refill time.

4-appearance and color
A vascular occlusion will deteriorate over time, but a bruise may darken or change color over time.

Warning: Perform frequent clinical checks on the patient during the following one to two hours in case there is a suspicion of vascular blockage. Medical photography and videography as well as recording capillary refill time will be helpful. Better results will result from hyaluronidase dissolving the vascular blockage as soon as possible.

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