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[Contribution of Doppler investigations of the deep venous axes to the prevention and diagnosis of thrombo-embolic disease (author's transl)].
J Chir (Paris). 1982 Feb; 119(2):123-33.JC

Abstract

The venous disease study by Doppler ultrasound technique provides a precious help to its diagnosis because the dubiousness and limits of clinical examination. The main indications of Doppler ultrasound deep veins examination are: --early diagnosis of thrombophlebitis, venous insufficiency and arterio-venous fistulae. --a non invasive monitoring of medical or surgical treatment of venous pathology and best appreciation of venous return in right heart cardiopathies, respiratory disease and abdominal surgery. --help in central venous catheterization. The sensibility of Doppler ultrasound in venous thrombosis is 86.5% and its specificity 91% in a study of 110 patients with comparison Doppler-venography. These results quite comparable with other studies, indicate a poor sensibility for the diagnosis of distal thrombi or partially occluding clots. In association with other non invasive examination Doppler ultrasound allows a better indication of phlebography in the detection of thrombophlebitis in high risk patients as well as a post operative survey with high sensitivity and good efficiency.

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fre

PubMed ID

7037804

Citation

Dany, F, et al. "[Contribution of Doppler Investigations of the Deep Venous Axes to the Prevention and Diagnosis of Thrombo-embolic Disease (author's Transl)]." Journal De Chirurgie, vol. 119, no. 2, 1982, pp. 123-33.
Dany F, Kim M, Roulet MD. [Contribution of Doppler investigations of the deep venous axes to the prevention and diagnosis of thrombo-embolic disease (author's transl)]. J Chir (Paris). 1982;119(2):123-33.
Dany, F., Kim, M., & Roulet, M. D. (1982). [Contribution of Doppler investigations of the deep venous axes to the prevention and diagnosis of thrombo-embolic disease (author's transl)]. Journal De Chirurgie, 119(2), 123-33.
Dany F, Kim M, Roulet MD. [Contribution of Doppler Investigations of the Deep Venous Axes to the Prevention and Diagnosis of Thrombo-embolic Disease (author's Transl)]. J Chir (Paris). 1982;119(2):123-33. PubMed PMID: 7037804.
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