THE SURGICAL APPROACH TO VARICOSE VEINS
- Venous bypass and valve reconstruction: long-term efficacy. Eklof, B.G.; Kistner, R.L.; Masuda, E.M. // Vascular Medicine;1998, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p157
Palma and Esperon described the first femoro-femoral cross-over bypass for iliac vein obstruction in 1958, and Kistner performed the first valve reconstruction for deep vein reflux in 1968. Such surgical development has stimulated better diagnostic methods that now form the foundation for a...
- Does surgery heal venous ulcers? Guarnera, Giorgio // EWMA Journal;Jan2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p17
An introduction to the articles related to the surgical treatment of venous ulcers is presented.
- TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS: SCLEROTHERAPY WITH COMPRESSION OR STRIPPING WITH MULTIPLE LIGATIONS? Dee, Ronald; Finkelstein, Jacob E. // Angiology;Apr1977, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p223
Compares the effectiveness of the use of sclerotherapy with compression or stripping with multiple ligations in the treatment of varicose veins. Background information on sclerotherapy; Injection therapy; Increasing the chances of fibrosis; Side effects.
- Clinical Review - Varicose veins. Chandra, Abe; Dawson, Joe // GP: General Practitioner;4/28/2014, p31
The article focuses on the treatment of varicose veins (VV). Topics include the epidemiology and aetiology of VV, classification of VV under the Clinical Impact, Etiology, Anatomy and Pathology classification system, and the clinical features of VV. It discusses the management of VV patients and...
- CHIVA - ECOGRAPHIC ASPECTS AND SURGICAL RESULTS. EVA, I.; TIUTIUCA, R. C.; STANCIU, C. // International Journal of Medical Dentistry;Jan-Mar2014, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p64
Varices (milk leg) represent pathological dilatations of the superficial veins at the level of the inferior members. Up to now, the strictly anatomical aspect of varix formations inspired only traditional, strictly ablative treatments, generally applied without aiming at improving the...
- THE MODERN CONCEPTION OF THERAPY OF VARICOSE VEINS. Leu, H. J. // Angiology;Sep1964, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p371
In modern phlebology there is no longer room for a dogmatic, one-sided conception of the therapy of the venous diseases. Controversies about the question of ï¿½sclerotherapy or surgeryï¿½ are out of date. Each method has its advantages and its disadvantages which must be weighed...
- SHOULD INCOMPETENT PERFORATING VEINS SURGERY BE A PART OF THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF VENOUS ULCERATION? Darmas, B. // Surgeon (Edinburgh University Press);Aug2009, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p238
The standard treatment of chronic venous hypertension and venous ulceration consists of elevation and compression bandaging in nurse-led community clinics. Since the 1930s, surgeons have been developing various techniques to alleviate chronic venous hypertension. These can be broadly divided...
- What Is New and Better in the Treatment of Chronic Venous Insufficiency. Wakefield, Thomas W.; Lindenauer, S. Martin // Vascular;Nov2005 Supplement, Vol. 13, pS86
The article offers an update on new treatments for chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). The overall incidence of venous statis syndrome and venous ulceration depending on the number of years is identified. The goals of nonoperative management CVI is discussed. Details about the endovascular...
- Respuesta al Comentario de la Dra. Berenguer. Coiffman, Felipe // Cirugï¿½a Plï¿½stica Ibero-Latinoamericana;Apr-Jun2011, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p160
No abstract available.