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State of the art of venous investigation and treatment.
Can J Surg. 1993 Apr; 36(2):119-28.CJ

Abstract

OBJECTIVE

To discuss current investigative and treatment modalities in all venous problems, ranging from telangiectasia to chronic venous insufficiency.

DATA SOURCES

A thorough review of current literature plus the author's personal experience and ideas.

DATA SYNTHESIS

Clinical interest and research into venous disease is increasing. Despite advanced investigative technology, the definitive management of chronic venous insufficiency remains controversial. Deep valvular reconstruction is now possible; however, indications for this type of procedure are rare.

CONCLUSION

The renewed interest in venous disease will likely lead to specific treatments for all aspects of venous disease, especially for chronic venous insufficiency.

Authors+Show Affiliations

University of Western Ontario, London.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

8472220

Citation

Jamieson, W G.. "State of the Art of Venous Investigation and Treatment." Canadian Journal of Surgery. Journal Canadien De Chirurgie, vol. 36, no. 2, 1993, pp. 119-28.
Jamieson WG. State of the art of venous investigation and treatment. Can J Surg. 1993;36(2):119-28.
Jamieson, W. G. (1993). State of the art of venous investigation and treatment. Canadian Journal of Surgery. Journal Canadien De Chirurgie, 36(2), 119-28.
Jamieson WG. State of the Art of Venous Investigation and Treatment. Can J Surg. 1993;36(2):119-28. PubMed PMID: 8472220.
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