CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THROMBOPHLEBITIS
- VENOUS THROMBOSIS WITH EDEMA OF THE EXTREMITY: IS IT A NEW DISEASE? Popkin, Roy J. // Angiology;Aug1958, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p238
Studies venous thrombosis with edema of the extremity. History of the disease; Cause and pathogenesis; Signs and symptoms; Diagnosis and treatment.
- THE SEQUELAE OF THROMBOPHLEBITIS. Luke, Josephus C. // Angiology;Oct1953, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p413
Discusses the characteristics, and treatment of thrombophlebitis. Etiology of the disease; Method of therapy; Instructions for continual care of a leg damaged by phlebitis.
- Cerebral Venous Thrombosis Secondary to Severe Iron Deficiency Anemia: A Case Study. Busani, Sudharani; Scott, Stephanie; Neely, Jennifer A.; Calvo, Alejandro R. // Cancer & Clinical Oncology;Nov2012, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p91
Cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) has been associated with numerous etiologies and a myriad of symptoms. Although CVT in association with iron deficiency anemia (IDA) has been observed primarily in pediatric patients, very few cases have been reported in adults. Herein, we describe an encounter...
- New concepts in the aetiology of varicose veins. Sharp, B.; Davies, A. H. // Phlebology;2005, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p157
The article provides an overview of the etiological concepts of varicose veins. Basing on demographic studies, the two prognosis indicators are age and gender which occurred likely in women coordinated with risk factors involving parity, obesity, work posture, constipation and tight...
- Phlegmasia caerulea dolens of the left leg due to deep vein compression by giant mesenteric cyst: contribution of the immediate drainage of the cyst to the rapid improvement of symptoms and complete recovery. Verbo, A.; Coco, C.; Manno, Alberto; Mattana, C.; Santoliquido, A.; Pedretti, G.; Petito, L.; Rizzo, G.; Picciocchi, A. // Phlebology;2006, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p48
The first description of phlegmasia caerulea dolens of the leg due to deep vein compression by a giant mesenteric cyst is presented. In particular, the authors stress the role of the drainage of the cystic mass, performed as an emergency procedure, in the rapid improvement of symptoms,...
- Etiology, Management, and Outcome of the Budd-Chiari Syndrome. Murad, Sarwa Darwish; Plessier, Aurelie; Hernandez-Guerra, Manuel; Fabris, Federica; Eapen, Chundamannil E.; Bahr, Matthias J.; Trebicka, Jonel; Morard, Isabelle; Lasser, Luc; Heller, Joerg; Hadengue, Antoine; Langlet, Philippe; Miranda, Helena; Primignani, Massimo; Elias, Elwyn; Leebeek, Frank W.; Rosendaal, Frits R.; Garcia-Pagan, Juan-Carlos; Valla, Dominique C.; Janssen, Harry L. A. // Annals of Internal Medicine;8/4/2009, Vol. 151 Issue 3, p167
Background: The Budd-Chiari syndrome (BCS) is hepatic venous outflow obstruction. What is known about the syndrome is based on small studies of prevalent cases. Objective: To characterize the causes and treatment of incident BCS. Design: Consecutive case series of patients with incident BCS,...
- Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: A Review of Etiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management: Guidelines for Care. Bick, Rodger L. // Clinical & Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis;Jan2002, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
The pathophysiologic mechanisms, clinical, and laboratory manifestations of DIC are complex in part due to interrelationships within the hemostasis system. Only by clearly understanding these extraordinarily complex pathophysiologic interrelationships can the clinician and laboratory scientist...
- DEEP THROMBOPHLEBITIS: CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS. Seligman, Bert; Shaftel, Herbert E.; Halpern, Alfred // Angiology;Jan1961, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p17
Discusses the clinical considerations for venous thrombosis. Characteristics of the disease; Etiology; Citation of possible therapies for the disease.
- Sequential Bilateral Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis: A Case Report and Review of this Rare Medical Entity. Starakis, Ioannis; Siagris, Dimitrios; Polyzogopoulou, Eftichia; Mazokopakis, Elias // Vascular Disease Prevention;Aug2008, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p169
Internal jugular vein (IJV) thrombosis is exceedingly rare and it is typically the result of head and neck infections or trauma, intravenous drug abuse or long-standing central venous catheters. Malignancies are also a cause of IJV thrombosis. We present a case of bilateral IJV thrombosis in a...