Albanese, Alfonso R.; Albanese, Alfonso M.; Albanese, Eduardo F.
August 1966
Angiology;Aug1966, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p525
Academic Journal
Studies the sliding palpation for examining visible varicose veins. Surgical treatment of varicose veins; Localizing the place where the insufficient perforating vein "blows out" the blood from the profound veins to the superficial ones; Finding the second insufficient perforating vein place.


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