By Mitchel P. Goldman, Mihael Georgiev, Stefano Ricci
The single textual content particularly dedicated to the topic, this moment version serves as a whole and sensible advisor for office-based surgical operation of varicose veins-providing various illustrations showcasing the anatomy of varicose veins, in addition to step by step assurance of the ambulatory phlebectomy method.
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Trendelenburg instead cites Edward Home (1799) as the supporter of the saphenous ligation below the knee for “removing the pressure in the blood column included in the common trunk,” but failing to recognize the valvular absence and hydrostatic pressure not only limited to the saphenous length, but also dependent on the distance from the heart. ” If William Harvey’s discovery (1628) of blood circulation revealed that the blood circulated in a centripetal direction, it also created some problems regarding the comprehension of varicose vein pathophysiology until the discovery that the blood in the varicose veins took the downward direction instead of towards the heart.
Its purpose was to educate phlebologists through the American edition (1995), followed by a Portuguese translation (1998) and an Italian one (1999). We believe that many patients now know that varicose veins may be removed without visible scars and the need for hospitalization. Teaching the latest advances in surgical treatments of varicose veins is important and advantageous for both doctors and patients. This teaching has a medico-legal implication, in part by providing the basis for AP not to be considered as a strange surgical procedure, but a procedure well founded in the tenets of cost-effective, safe surgery.
P. Crossetti) when the GSV had reflux to the sapehnofemoral junction. We had learned that in Bruxelles Dr. Ryckaert was easily and for a long time performing the groin to knee saphenectomy in an ambulatory setting, under local anesthesia; after visiting him, we immediately adopted this method. Our team was now able (1960) to excise effectively, aesthetically, at low risk and at low cost all of the varices. In 1964, I felt the disappointment (for my pride) and the satisfaction (for the important roots of my technique) to find that 2000 years earlier some colleagues had solved in the same way, the same problems.
Ambulatory Phlebectomy, Second Edition (Basic and Clinical Dermatology) by Mitchel P. Goldman, Mihael Georgiev, Stefano Ricci