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[Varicose disease. Epidemiologic study apropos of 1600 cases].
Phlebologie 1987 Oct-Dec; 40(4):923-9P

Abstract

The epidemiology of varicose veins disease benefits from the computer analysis of the results of a clinical survey in 1,600 patients with varicose veins, sponsored by Negma laboratories among 150 peripheral vascular disease specialists in 1986 (France). A few original points should be stressed: Women consult earlier und undergo surgery less often. The major symptom, heaviness in the legs, is stable at all ages (80%) as well as movements of impatience (15%). On the contrary, by cross-sections of 10 years, the cramps, edemas, varices progress in a linear fashion, while ulcers progress exponentially. Finally, obese patients with varicose veins present a significantly more severe clinical picture.

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fre

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3447195

Citation

Griton, P, et al. "[Varicose Disease. Epidemiologic Study Apropos of 1600 Cases]." Phlebologie, vol. 40, no. 4, 1987, pp. 923-9.
Griton P, Escalier-Imbert M, Cuffit A. [Varicose disease. Epidemiologic study apropos of 1600 cases]. Phlebologie. 1987;40(4):923-9.
Griton, P., Escalier-Imbert, M., & Cuffit, A. (1987). [Varicose disease. Epidemiologic study apropos of 1600 cases]. Phlebologie, 40(4), pp. 923-9.
Griton P, Escalier-Imbert M, Cuffit A. [Varicose Disease. Epidemiologic Study Apropos of 1600 Cases]. Phlebologie. 1987;40(4):923-9. PubMed PMID: 3447195.
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