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A 62 year old lady presents to the GP with a 2 month history of a shallow leg ulcer above the right medial malleolus. On examination, she has dilated veins visible bilaterally with evidence of eczema. There is sloughy exudate, but no evidence of pus or cellulitis.

Given the likely diagnosis, what is the most appropriate next step?

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