Quantitative Measurement of Venous Incompetence
This text reviews the latest information available on venous pathophysiology and its applications to the diagnostic methods for patients with chronic venous disorders. The book emphasizes non-invasive methods, particularly ultrasound. A special feature is the book's detailed description of the colour flow duplex method with distal cuff deflation, which can serve as an effective guide for anyone using this method in the vascular laboratory or office.
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Photoplethysmography and LRR
Continuous Wave Doppler
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ambulatory venous pressure anatomy ankle Arch Surg assessment Bedford G Bemmelen chronic venous insufficiency clinical common femoral vein communicating veins compression cuff cusp deep calf veins deep veins deep venous thrombosis diagnosis diameter dilatation distal duplex scanning evaluation femoral vein greater saphenous vein iliac vein incompetent perforating injection JVasc lesser saphenous vein limbs located maneuver medial malleolus method Nicolaides noninvasive normal obstruction occlusion outflow patients perforating veins phlebography photoplethysmography plethysmography popliteal vein posterior tibial veins pump recanalization recurrence refill saphe saphenous reflux sclerotherapy segment short saphenous skin soleal sinuses stripping superficial femoral vein superficial reflux superficial veins superficial venous surgery surgical therapy thigh tourniquet treatment tributaries ultrasound Valsalva maneuver valve incompetence varicose veins Vasc Surg vascular vein wall velocity venography venous disease venous function venous incompetence venous insufficiency venous reflux venous stasis venous ulceration venous valve venous volume