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Kim Ick-Hee - - 2004
Venous hemodynamic changes after the surgery of primary varicose veins were evaluated. (Materials and methods) We retrospectively analyzed 1,211 patients (1,407 limbs) who underwent surgery for primary varicose veins from 1994 to 2002. The venous hemodynamics were evaluated using air- plethysmography (APG) preoperatively and one month postoperatively in the viewpoints ...
Antignani P L - - 2004
BACKGROUND: One of the shortcomings of the CEAP classification is that some of the clinical conditions in the original version were not defined and, therefore, were used in different ways by those who work with CEAP. AIM: To clarify the definitions of the seven clinical classes in the CEAP classification ...
van Rij André M - - 2004
The recurrence of varicose veins is a common and costly consequence of varicose vein surgery. Despite the long history and vast experience of varicose vein surgery, the exact cause of recurrence is still unknown. This study aims to investigate the cause of recurrence further by correlating findings from duplex ultrasound ...
Kowalewski R - - 2004
AIM: Matrix metalloproteinases contribute to extracellular matrix remodelling that can influence mechanical properties of the vein wall and predispose to varicose veins development. The aim of the study was to assess the following matrix metalloproteinases in the wall of varicose veins: tissue collagenase I (MMP-1), gelatinase A (MMP-2), gelatinase B ...
Ozcan S - - 2004
This study aims to observe the morphological characteristics of the uropygial gland (Glandula uropygialis), specifically the arterial vascularization, in rock partridges (Alectoris graeca) living in Turkey. Coloured-latex-injected animals were dissected and the gland and related arteries were observed. Mostly, the fourth paired caudal segmental arteries (Aa. segmentales caudales) arising from ...
Yamaki Takashi - - 2004
PURPOSE: To compare the preliminary results of hemodynamic changes between duplex-guided foam sclerotherapy and duplex-guided liquid sclerotherapy. METHODS: Seventy Seven limbs in 77 patients with isolated greater saphenous vein incompetence were treated with duplex-guided sclerotherapy. Thirty Seven limbs were treated with duplex-guided foam sclerotherapy and the remaining 40 limbs were ...
Androulakis A E - - 2004
OBJECTIVES: Coronary artery ectasia (CAE), an uncommon finding during coronary arteriography, has been associated with the presence of aneurysm(s) in other parts of the arterial tree including the abdominal aorta. Varicose veins (VV) or phlebectasias are a common disorder of the superficial leg veins. Correlations between arterial and venous ectasias ...
Bertrand-Thiebault Céline - - 2004
The expression of cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes and cyclo-oxygenases (COX) was investigated in human saphenous veins by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analysis. Non-varicose veins were obtained from patients undergoing aortocoronary bypass grafting, whereas varicose veins were obtained from patients undergoing stripping removal of varicose saphenous veins. In non-varicose veins, CYP1B1, ...
van Neer Pierre A F A - - 2004
BACKGROUND: Varicose veins that arise from incompetent perforating veins are called perforans-varicosis. OBJECTIVE: This case report illustrates the relationship between incompetent perforating veins and varicosis. METHODS: An incompetent perforating vein, proximal of a varicose vein located at the dorsal side of the thigh, was treated by means of ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy ...
Creton Denis - - 2004
OBJECTIVE: The objective was to examine the evolution of superficial venous disease after the suppression of every principal or accessory saphenous trunk. METHODS: To achieve this aim, the long-term results of complete ablation of saphenous trunks and varicose veins during redo surgery for recurrent great saphenous veins have been assessed. ...
Brito Leonardo F C - - 2004
Mechanisms of testicular thermoregulation, the relationship of scrotal, testicular vascular cone (TVC), and testicular morphology with thermoregulatory capability, and their effects on semen quality and sperm production were studied in 20 Bos indicus, 28 crossbred, and 26 Bos taurus bulls. The ratio of testicular artery length and volume to testicular ...
Guzowski A - - 2004
Saphenous veins were taken for examination: unchanged, varicose with thrombophlebitis and varicose thrombus. The contents of haemoglobin and protein were determined in the homogenate of that material. Only small quantities of haemoglobin were found in walls of unchanged veins. Greater amounts of haemoglobin were observed in walls of varicose veins, ...
Pichot Olivier - - 2004
To assess the clinical and duplex ultrasound scan findings in the groin and thigh 2 years after great saphenous vein (GSV) radiofrequency endovenous obliteration (RFO). Sixty-three limbs in 56 patients with symptomatic varicose veins and GSV incompetence were treated with RFO, usually with adjunctive stab-avulsion phlebectomies, and examined at a ...
Garner J P - - 2003
BACKGROUND: Varicose veins commonly recur after surgery and present a large burden to the NHS. The aim of this study was to demonstrate that the lateral accessory saphenous vein is the commonest cause of groin recurrence of varicose veins and we discuss a possible anatomical reason for this. PATIENTS AND ...
Jeanneret Christina - - 2003
This study is based on a unique registry of 632 patients who underwent great saphenous vein (GSV) stripping and liberal use of subfascial endoscopic perforator vein surgery (SEPS) for minimal to severe lower limb venous insufficiency. Clinical examinations and color-coded duplex scanning were performed on a randomly selected, manageable sample ...
Decousus Herve - - 2003
Superficial vein thrombosis (SVT) risk factors are close to those of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Diagnosis is made in a clinical setting but ultrasonography is useful to eliminate concomitant deep vein thrombosis (DVT). For SVT of the lower limbs, which is the main location, varicose veins represent the principal cause but ...
Olivencia Jose Antonio - - 2003
Ambulatory phlebectomy has proven to be an effective treatment for varicose veins. Alone or complementing the treatment of incompetent long or short saphenous vein by high ligation, saphenectomy, or transcatheter occlusion, ambulatory phlebectomy not only adequately and satisfactorily removes the diseased veins but also results in a series of extremely ...
Zimmet Steven E - - 2003
Telangiectasias and/or varicose veins are present in about 33% of adult women and 15% of adult men. Although they may be only of cosmetic concern, superficial varices often cause significant symptoms such as pain, aching, heaviness, and pruritus. Venous ulceration is commonly caused solely by superficial venous insufficiency. Superficial thin-walled ...
Gaur - - 2003
A patient with Sotos syndrome presented with a history of massive bleeding from varicose veins of the right leg, requiring hospitalization. Investigations revealed that his bilateral varicose veins and the associated leg edema were secondary to the inferior vena cava getting compressed by an asymptomatic grossly hydronephrotic right kidney. The ...
Cooper D G - - 2003
OBJECTIVE: to determine the patterns of long saphenous vein (LSV) disease in primary varicose veins (VVs). DESIGN: a retrospective analysis of venous duplex scans performed on patients referred for treatment of primary VVs. METHODS: analysis was made of sapheno-femoral junction (SFJ) incompetence, non-SFJ incompetence, segmental and perforating vein incompetence, distribution ...
Lin Sin-Daw - - 2002
The gross anatomy of varicose veins is one of the most important factors in the study of varicosity. Because of wide variations in the extent of involvement and degree of severity of varicose veins, it is difficult to obtain live and intact specimens of varicose veins. With good illumination and ...
Wali Mahmoud A - - 2002
The aim of this study is to measure the level of both the superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme and its substrate, superoxide radicals, in the wall of varicose veins. A total of 44 vein specimens were collected from 24 patients who underwent surgery for varicose veins at Asir Central Hospital (ACH), ...
Parry Duncan J - - 2002
Persistent sciatic artery is a rare congenital anomaly with a high incidence rate of aneurysmal degeneration and risk of thromboembolization or rupture. Despite a number of recognized associations, the presence of coexistent venous anomalies is extremely rare. We present the case of a 27-year-old woman with atypical left-sided varicose veins ...
Kern P - - 2002
The aim of treatment by sclerotherapy is the fibrous occlusion of varicose veins and the absence of recanalization of an intravascular thrombus. Modern sclerotherapy started at the beginning of the 20(th) century in Europe. Tournay in France, Sigg in Switzerland and Fegan in Ireland developed different schools of practice. Recently ...
Campbell W B - - 2002
BACKGROUND: Knowledge about medicolegal claims is important for risk management and clinical practice. This study presents the first comprehensive collated data for vascular surgical practice. METHOD: Details of claims notified to the National Health Service Litigation Authority (NHSLA) since its inception in 1995, and to the Medical Defence Union (MDU) ...
Criado Enrique - - 2002
Conservative hemodynamic surgery for varicose veins is a minimally invasive, nonablative technique that preserves the saphenous vein and helps avoid excision of varicosities. It represents a physiologic approach to the surgical treatment of varicose veins based on knowledge of the underlying venous pathophysiology gained through detailed duplex scanning. A change ...
Corrales N E - - 2002
BACKGROUND: The incidence of long saphenous vein (LSV) duplication has not been clearly established. This anomaly could have implications for recurrence after varicose vein surgery. METHODS: Some 103 saphenograms obtained in 85 patients being considered for peripheral arterial bypass surgery were reviewed. Non-ionic contrast medium was injected directly into the ...
Caggiati A - - 2001
The purpose of this study was to define the relationships between the short saphenous vein (SSV) and the fasciae of the leg, including the muscular fascia (MF) and the membranous layer (ML) of the subcutaneous tissue. Fascial relationships of the SSV were evaluated by means of dissection in 30 cadaveric ...
Rutherford E E - - 2001
AIMS: we suspected incompetent perforating veins of having a role in the development of recurrent varicose veins in some patients. The aim was to look for an association between perforators and recurrent varicose veins. METHODS: a consecutive group of patients presenting with varicose veins were examined using colour duplex ultrasonography ...
Triantafillidi H - - 2001
A young man who suffered from an acute myocardial infarction is presented. He presented coronary artery ectasia along with coronary artery disease. Further evaluation revealed the presence of both a saccular aneurysm of the basilar artery as well as varicose veins of the lower limbs. A common pathogenic mechanism is ...
Aiono S - - 2001
The short saphenous vein (SSV) may be palpable in the popliteal fossa in patients with varicose veins. A prospective study has been carried out to determine the significance of this sign in the presence of primary varicose veins. The SSV was assessed by palpation of the popliteal fossa with the ...
WolaƄska M - - 2001
The aim of the study was to examine the content and molecular differentiation of glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) in the wall of varicose veins. The studied material consisted of normal, varicose veins and varicose veins complicated by thrombophlebitis collected during operations on 26 patients. In the wall of varicose veins the mean ...
Malkoff Jay S. - - 2001
The aim of this study was to demonstrate that sclerotherapy of exceptionally large varicose veins, i.e., >2.0 cm in diameter, is achievable, and should be the method of choice if one wishes to preserve the greater saphenous vein as a source for future bypass grafts. There is an increasing propensity ...
Permpikul C - - 2000
Patients with tissue perfusion deficit usually have lactic acidosis or hyperlactacidemia and blood lactate level has been used to diagnose this condition and to monitor the disease progression. We conducted a study to examine the diagnostic accuracy of capillary and arterial lactate (C LAC and strip A LAC) obtained by ...
Badier-Commander C - - 2000
Primary varicose veins are functionally characterized by venous back-flow and blood stagnation in the upright position. Dilatation and tortuosity provide evidence for progressive venous wall remodelling, with disturbance of smooth muscle cell/extracellular matrix organization. Affected areas are not uniformly distributed, some areas being hypertrophic, whereas others are atrophic or unaffected. ...
Kirsch D - - 2000
Conflicting theories on the development of primary varicosis have led to the molecular biological investigation of the vein wall or, more accurately, of the extracellular matrix. It was the aim of this study to quantify matrix expression and to compare pathological changes in the vein wall with valve-orientated staging of ...
Cappelli M - - 2000
This report describes the results of our 3-year experience using ambulatory conservative hemodynamic management (ACHM) for lower extremity venous insufficiency involving the greater saphenous vein (GSV), with specific analysis of recurrence due to neoformation of vessels. We performed 289 ACHM procedures in 259 consecutive patients with GSV-related varicose veins. Follow-up ...
Olapade-Olaopa E O - - 2000
Primary lower limb varicosities classically arise from incompetence of the junction of the superficial and the deep venous systems with retrograde flow into the saphenous veins. However, some patients with superficial varicosities have no demonstrable incompetence of the saphenofemoral or saphenopopliteal junctions. In this study, we examined 52 limbs with ...
Kim Y G - - 2000
BACKGROUND: Ambulatory phlebectomy (AP) is a popular outpatient procedure for the removal of varicose veins. One of the major obstacles of AP is the disappearance and shift of the veins to be removed when the patient is positioned horizontally. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to verify the usefulness of preoperative placement of ...
Hosny G A - - 2000
The authors report avascular necrosis of the talus, after a Dennyson-Fulford subtalar arthrodesis. Vascular and neuropathic causes are discussed.
Haviarová Z - - 1999
The results of the works dealing with alterations of the connective tissue in varicose vein wall are not ambiguous, so the exact cause of the vein dilatation has still not been established. We were determining the collagen and elastin amounts in human varicose vein wall in comparison with non-dilated long ...
Nemcova S - - 1999
Experiments were designed to determine the production of prostacyclin and thromboxane and the activation of cyclic nucleotides in human varicose and nonvaricose veins and to determine whether these second messenger pathways were differentially activated by the venotropic extract of Ruscus aculeatus. The experiments were designed to characterize the activity of ...
Sandri J L - - 1999
Treatment of chronic venous valvular insufficiency requires understanding of the hemodynamics of perforating veins. To preserve normal veins or veins that can function normally once primary sources of valvular insufficiency are removed, a better understanding of the diameter-reflux relationship is desirable. We measured reflux and diameters in 500 perforating veins ...
Otley C C - - 1999
BACKGROUND: Tethering of varicose veins by periadventitial connective tissue can limit the length of vein segment that can be avulsed during ambulatory phlebectomy. A thin, malleable blunt probe is described which can dissect connective tissue adhesions surrounding varicose veins. This probe can be used as an endoluminal probe to localize ...
Durkin M T - - 1999
A prospective, randomised trial was carried out to examine the efficacy of perforate invagination (PIN, Credenhill Ltd, Derbyshire, UK) stripping of the long saphenous vein (LSV) in comparison to conventional stripping (Astratech AB, Sweden) in the surgical management of primary varicose veins. Eighty patients with primary varicosities secondary to sapheno-femoral ...
Yamaki T - - 1999
A case of acute pulmonary embolism following high ligation and compression sclerotherapy for varicose veins is reported. A 54-year-old women developed superficial varicosities and stasis pigmentation on her left leg 1 year prior to her first visit to hospital. No deep vein thrombosis was detected by ascending phlebography performed 3 ...
Loesch A - - 1998
The endothelium is recognized as a major source of endothelin in the vasculature. In this report we show for the first time that endothelin can be demonstrated with immunoelectronmicroscopy in perivascular nerves. About 36% of the axon profiles (varicosity/intervaricosity) examined in the rat basilar artery showed immunolabelling with a polyclonal ...
Goldman R D - - 1998
Little information is available concerning lamins in the nucleus of germinal cells. In this paper we briefly describe and compare the organization of A- and B-type lamins in several mammalian spermatozoa. Nuclear lamin B is localized primarily in the postacrosomal sheath of human, bull and rabbit spermatozoa; lamin A/C is ...
Sadick N S - - 1998
BACKGROUND: In recent years, the transition from radical surgery for the treatment of primary varicose veins has been modified from the previously described high ligation with complete stripping of the greater or lesser saphenous vein. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the herewith-described technique is to present a less invasive technique that ...
Green D - - 1998
Although sclerotherapy is an established procedure to treat ectatic veins, a wide disparity remains in the reported rates of success, especially for larger varicose veins. This article reviews the venous anatomy of the lower extremity and outlines the indications for sclerotherapy. The historical basis for treatment techniques is explored. The ...
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