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(Venous Insufficiency and Varicosities)
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  • [Venous wall weackness pathogenesis in varicose vein disease]. [Journal Article]
    Khirurgiia (Mosk) 2019; (10):69-74Studennikova VV, Severgina LO, … Korovin IA
  • Varicose veins of lower extremities, varicocele and varicose dilation of pelvic veins including ovaricovaricocele are the most common non-inflammatory diseases of venous system. The same mechanisms determined varicose dilatation regardless localization of the vein. First of all, these are wall weakness and valvular insufficiency combined with hereditary collagen fiber defectiveness in case of und…
  • Compression therapy for treating post-thrombotic syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 9:CD004177Azirar S, Appelen D, … Kolbach DN
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is very low-certainty evidence regarding the use of GECS for treatment of PTS as assessed by two small studies of short duration. One study reported beneficial haemodynamic effects, while one found no benefits on PTS severity compared to control/placebo stockings. There is very limited evidence for adverse effects, patient satisfaction, QoL, and compliance rates. There is low-certainty evidence favouring use of intermittent pneumatic compression devices compared to a control device for the treatment of severity owing to different measurements used by the studies reporting on this outcome and small studies of short duration. There is moderate-certainty evidence of improved QoL but possible increased adverse effects related to compression device use owing to small studies of short duration. High-certainty evidence to support the use of compression therapy in prevention of PTS is lacking and any conclusions drawn from current evidence should be interpreted with care. Further research is needed to assess whether compression can result in long-term reduction and relief of the symptoms caused by PTS, or prevent deterioration and leg ulceration.
  • A comparison of duplex ultrasound findings after cyanoacrylate embolization versus endovenous laser ablation of the great saphenous vein. [Journal Article]
    J Vasc Surg Venous Lymphat Disord 2019; 7(6):824-831McGuinness B, Elias F, … Rapanos T
  • CONCLUSIONS: After CAE of the GSV, our results indicate that the glue cast remains for at least 3 years. Although our results suggest that the glue is broken down over time, this process is much slower than expected. In contrast, after EVLA, the vein tissue is remodeled and is no longer visible with time. In our study, which represents a pragmatic clinical population with a large (median, 9.2 mm) vein diameter, we again demonstrate no statistically significant difference in recurrence rates. Whereas CAE offers an attractive treatment option for GSV incompetence, the glue cast remains for a prolonged time, and longer follow-up studies than those currently available are indicated.
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