Insuffisance veineuse chronique stade III: Prise en charge physiothérapeutique

Larcinese, A.; Giordano, F.; Tomson, D.
February 2008
Praxis (16618157);2/20/2008, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p187
Academic Journal
A venous ulcer is the end result of a long pathological process where venous hypertension represents the principal cause of a number of complications. The physiotherapist by adapting various different therapeutic approaches improves the vascular, joint and respiratory problems of these patients.


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