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[Clinical aspects of deep venous varicose insufficiency].
Phlebologie. 1992 Jul-Sep; 45(3):247-53; discussion 253-4.P

Abstract

Attention is paid to the set of problems connected with the non-thrombotic insufficiency of the conducting veins of the leg. Phlebographic and X-ray morphometric investigations of the last years were able to prove that the primary varicosis does not exclusively represent a disease of the superficial and perforating fasciae venous system, but that the subfascial venous system (system of conductive veins) is without doubt also included in the pathogenetic reactive process. Two casuistic descriptions of cases with phlebographically and Doppler-sonographically ascertained insufficiency of the conductive veins of the leg are demonstrated. It is referred to the diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic problems of the isolated non-thrombotic insufficiency of the conductive veins. Leading diagnostic criteria of the isolated ectasic (varicose) insufficiency of the conducting veins of the leg are: symptomatology of subjective complaints, such as sensation of tension, feeling of heaviness of the legs, inclination to swelling, pains, epifascial freedom from varices, phlebographic evidence of the ectasia of conductive veins and sonographic confirmation of reflux.

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fre

PubMed ID

1470647

Citation

Petter, O. "[Clinical Aspects of Deep Venous Varicose Insufficiency]." Phlebologie, vol. 45, no. 3, 1992, pp. 247-53; discussion 253-4.
Petter O. [Clinical aspects of deep venous varicose insufficiency]. Phlebologie. 1992;45(3):247-53; discussion 253-4.
Petter, O. (1992). [Clinical aspects of deep venous varicose insufficiency]. Phlebologie, 45(3), 247-53; discussion 253-4.
Petter O. [Clinical Aspects of Deep Venous Varicose Insufficiency]. Phlebologie. 1992 Jul-Sep;45(3):247-53; discussion 253-4. PubMed PMID: 1470647.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Clinical aspects of deep venous varicose insufficiency]. A1 - Petter,O, PY - 1992/7/1/pubmed PY - 1992/7/1/medline PY - 1992/7/1/entrez SP - 247-53; discussion 253-4 JF - Phlebologie JO - Phlebologie VL - 45 IS - 3 N2 - Attention is paid to the set of problems connected with the non-thrombotic insufficiency of the conducting veins of the leg. Phlebographic and X-ray morphometric investigations of the last years were able to prove that the primary varicosis does not exclusively represent a disease of the superficial and perforating fasciae venous system, but that the subfascial venous system (system of conductive veins) is without doubt also included in the pathogenetic reactive process. Two casuistic descriptions of cases with phlebographically and Doppler-sonographically ascertained insufficiency of the conductive veins of the leg are demonstrated. It is referred to the diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic problems of the isolated non-thrombotic insufficiency of the conductive veins. Leading diagnostic criteria of the isolated ectasic (varicose) insufficiency of the conducting veins of the leg are: symptomatology of subjective complaints, such as sensation of tension, feeling of heaviness of the legs, inclination to swelling, pains, epifascial freedom from varices, phlebographic evidence of the ectasia of conductive veins and sonographic confirmation of reflux. SN - 0031-8280 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/1470647/[Clinical_aspects_of_deep_venous_varicose_insufficiency]_ L2 - https://medlineplus.gov/varicoseveins.html DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -
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