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Year 2007 Vol. 15 No 1

ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS

PETUKHOV V.I.

THE VENOUS WALL CHARACTER AND SCLEROSING PREPARATION CONCENTRATION IN CASE OF VARICOSE VEINS SCLEROTHERAPY

Phlebosclerosing therapy is an efficient, safe, mini-invasive, non-stationary method of the of the lower limbs varicosity treatment. At the same time phlebosclerosing therapy isn’t the universal way of treatment; its application should be strictly limited taking into account the character of the pathological process, the revealed peculiarities of the morphologic construction of the venous wall and the functional manifestations of the disease. While applying phlebosclerosing therapy of the lower limbs varicosity, a significant factor affecting its results is the character of the venous wall. The morphological investigations of the venous wall in case of various degrees of the venous wall affection have been performed. The presence of four types of the lower limbs varicosity according to the venous wall character («organdy», «soft», «dense», «groove») has been proved; it is rather essential for the choice of the concentration of phlebosclerosing medication in application of phlebosclerosing therapy and determination of the indications to other types of treatment of the lower limbs varicosity. The researches which have been carried out let distinguish the morphological types of the venous wall and their clinical signs, usage of which improves the results of phlebosclerosing therapy significantly.

Keywords: sclerotherapy of varicose veins, results.
p. 20 - 25 of the original issue
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