By John J. Bergan, Jeffrey L. Ballard (auth.), Peter Gloviczki MD, FACS, John J. Bergan MD, FACS, FRCS (Hon.) Eng. (eds.)
Atlas of Endoscopic Perforator Vein Surgery completely describes the pathophysiology and remedy of venous ulcers - an more and more universal situation. The e-book describes new surgical procedure which speeds up the therapeutic of previously intractable venous ulcerations and which are performed in a day-care surgical centre therefore averting the necessity for hospitalisation. The pathophysiology and is the reason the luck of the process is carefully handled as is the anatomy of the deranged venous process and the way it may be corrected. quite a few equipment of therapy are defined and are supplemented via directions on conservative care ahead of and after the surgical procedure. The textual content is lavishly illustrated and good supported via a variety of color photos and line drawings. result of surgical intervention are special and in comparison to old data.
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Yet from this background of confusing and often contradictory ideas comes a unifying concept which links all forms of venous dysfunction and explains the differences between simple varicose veins and the stigmata of severe chronic venous insufficiency. Stasis Ulcers are not Stasis Ulcers As late as 1995, a chronic venous leg ulcer was defined as a "discontinuity of epidermis, persisting for four weeks or more, occurring as a result of :enous. hyp:~tension and calf muscle pump msuffiClency. Yet by the time this was written and agreed to by a distinguished panel of investigators, much more was known.
Prevalence of Chronic Venous Insufficiency As mentioned previously, a self administered questionnaire to a West London communitys identified 6% of patients who had a prior episode of DVT, 6% who had been treated with anticoagulation, and 4% who had a prior or current leg ulcer, although the etiology of the leg ulcer was not determined by this questionnaire. Relationship of Valve Incompetence to Prior Venous Thrombosis Markel et al. 12 studied patients with DVT longitudinally over time to determine the location and timing of valvular incompetence.
The venous system, with its multiplicity of pumps, tanks, and mono directional valves, is mu~h more complex. Its collecting system is not just a pipe system but a network. And any strand in the net may be taken away or duplicated without producing dysfunction. Its conduit system can be shown to overflow with its contents progressing away from the heart only to re-enter the deep system and overload deep reservoirs and pipes. Furthermore, the severe changes of chronic venous dysfunction are produced by phenomena almost totally unrelated to dysfunction of arteries and lymphatics.