CLINICAL EVALUATION OF TRYPSIN IN TREATMENT OF THROMBOPHLEBITIS AND SEQUELAE, AND HEM ATOM AS AFTER SURGERY OF VEINS
- Lipoedema and varicose vein surgery: A worse prognosis? De Godoy, José Maria Pereira; Godoy, Maria de Fátima Guerreiro; Hayashida, Milena // Acta Angiologica;2005, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p186
The case of a 22-year-old patient who suffered from lipoedema of the lower limbs and underwent aesthetic surgery for varicose veins is reported. After surgery the patient started to present a sensation of heaviness, oedema and tiredness of the limbs. It was observed that the haematomas took...
- Endovenous radiofrequency ablation for the treatment of varicose veins. Kayssi, Ahmed; Pope, Marc; Vucemilo, Ivica; Werneck, Christiane // Canadian Journal of Surgery;Apr2015, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p85
Varicose veins are a common condition that can be treated surgically. Available operative modalities include saphenous venous ligation and stripping, phlebectomy, endovenous laser therapy and radiofrequency ablation. Radiofrequency ablation is the newest of these technologies, and to our...
- Combined Endovenous Ablation and Transilluminated Powered Phlebectomy: Is Less Invasive Better? Passman, Marc A.; Dattilo, Jeffery B.; Guzman, Raul J.; Naslund, Thomas C. // Vascular & Endovascular Surgery;Feb/Mar2007, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p41
This study was undertaken to evaluate the evolution of operative vein approaches from combined â€˜openâ€™ saphenous stripping-stab avulsion phlebectomy to combined â€˜minimally invasiveâ€™ endovenous ablation-transilluminated powered phlebectomy with a focus on comparing...
- Light-Assisted Stab Phlebectomy: Early Postoperative Experience. Vardanian, Andrew J.; Cao, Huynh L.; Lawrence, Peter F. // American Surgeon;Oct2007, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p1067
Light-assisted stab phlebectomy (LASP) is a technique that we have developed for treatment of lower extremity varicose veins. It combines powered and stab phlebectomy with minimally invasive surgical instruments to optimize intraoperative visualization of varicose veins and to remove branch...
- Endovenous laser with miniphlebectomy for treatment of varicose veins and effect of different levels of laser energy on recanalization. A single center experience. Golbasi, Ilhan; Turkay, Cengiz; Erbasan, Ozan; Kemaloğlu, Cemal; Sanli, Suat; Turkay, Mehtap; Bayezid, Ömer // Lasers in Medical Science;Jan2015, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p103
Varicose veins, associated with great saphenous vein (GSV) incompetence, are traditionally treated with conventional surgery. In recent years, minimally invasive alternatives to surgical treatment such as the endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) and radiofrequency (RF) ablation have been developed...
- Pulsed dye laser instead of sclerotherapy for varicosities. Newman, Laura // Dermatology Times;Jan1996, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p24
Discusses how pulsed dye laser can provide an alternative to sclerotherapy for the treatment of varicosities. Comments from Dr. Roy Geronemus, MD., clinical associate professor of dermatology, New York University Medical Center; What treatment consists of; Light source used.
- Operations for hernia and varicose veins in a day-bed unit. Goulbourne, I.A.; Ruckley, C.V. // British Medical Journal;9/22/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6192, p712
Examines the operations for hernia and varicose veins. Emphasis on the selection and preadmission screening; Failure of planning; Number of patients with complications.
- varicotomy. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p2438
A definition of the term "varicotomy," which refers to excision of a varicose vein, is presented.
- Long-pulse Laser with Cooling Tip Is Less Likely to Cause Purpura. Moyer, Paula // Dermatology Times;Sep97, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p48
Reports that several types of vascular lesions may have less chance of laser-induced purpura if they are treated with long-pulse laser with a sapphire cooling tip. Appropriate lesions that need treatment; Information on a study regarding the use of VersaPulse laser; Results of the study.