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    [Practical Aspects of Sclerotherapy].
    Wien Med Wochenschr 2016 Jun 5;166(9-10):302-4. Epub 2016 Jul 5.
    Klinik für Dermatologie, Venerologie und Allergologie, Venenzentrum der dermatologischen und gefäßchirurgischen Kliniken, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Gudrunstr. 56, 44791, Bochum, Deutschland.
    Sclerotherapy is an important part of the treatment of varicose veins. It may also be performed in patients with contraindications for operative procedures. By adjusting the mode of application (liquid or foam) and the concentration it can be used for the treatment of all vein types. Read More

    [Transitory (evening) venous reflux in patients with intracutaneous varicosity and medicamentous correction thereof].
    Angiol Sosud Khir 2016 ;22(2):110-6
    Chair of Surgical Diseases and Urology, Omsk State Medical University, Omsk, Russia.
    The authors carried out a study aimed at revealing transitory refluxes along the great saphenous vein (GSV) in patients with intracutaneous varicosity, and at investigating the possibility of removing them by means of preparations of micronized purified flavonoid fraction (MPFF). The study included a total of one hundred and forty-seven 21-to-47-year-old (mean age 31±4.4 years) women presenting with cutaneous varicosity (class C1s). Read More

    Predicted burden of venous disease.
    Phlebology 2016 Mar;31(1 Suppl):74-9
    Charing Cross Hospital, London, UK
    Chronic venous disease is a common condition with clinical signs and symptoms ranging from spider veins, to varicose veins, to active venous ulceration. Both superficial and deep venous dysfunction may be implicated in the development of this disease. Socio-economic factors are shaping our population, with increasing age and body mass index resulting in significant pressure on healthcare systems worldwide. Read More

    Vessels of the Central Airways: A Bronchoscopic Perspective.
    Chest 2016 Mar 14;149(3):869-81. Epub 2015 Dec 14.
    Respiratory Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH. Electronic address:
    Blood supply of the tracheobronchial tree is derived from a dual system involving pulmonary and bronchial circulation. Various primary and secondary abnormalities of central airway vasculature can present with patterns that are distinct during bronchoscopy. These patterns maybe visualized during bronchoscopic evaluation of a patient with hemoptysis or as an incidental finding during an airway examination for other indications. Read More

    Management of reticular veins and telangiectases.
    Phlebology 2015 Nov;30(2 Suppl):46-52
    British Vein Institute, Buckinghamshire, UK
    Aim: To review the literature related to the management of reticular varices and telangiectases of the lower limbs to provide guidance on the treatment of these veins.

    Findings: Very few randomised clinical trials are available in this field. A European Guideline has been published on the treatment of reticular varices and telangiectases, which is largely based on the opinion of experts. Read More

    Comparison of high ligation and stripping of the great saphenous vein combined with foam sclerotherapy versus conventional surgery for the treatment of superficial venous varicosities of the lower extremity.
    Int J Clin Exp Med 2015 15;8(5):7843-8. Epub 2015 May 15.
    Department of Vascular Surgery, Tianjin Hospital Tianjin, P. R. China.
    The aim of this study was to compare the results of high ligation and stripping of the great saphenous vein (GSV) trunk combined with foam sclerotherapy with conventional surgery for the treatment of superficial venous varicosities of the lower extremity. One hundred and thirty eight patients with primary or secondary superficial venous varicosities of the lower extremity were included. 60 underwent conventional surgery and 78 were treated with high ligation and stripping of the GSV trunk and foam sclerotherapy of GSV branches, spider veins, and reticular veins. Read More

    Venous insufficiency after prolonged standing: Is joint hypermobility an important risk factor?
    Adv Biomed Res 2015 11;4:98. Epub 2015 May 11.
    Department of Internal medicine, Medical School, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran.
    Background: Varicose veins are extremely common disease which is due to elevated superficial venous pressures. We aimed to know that if joint hypermobility causes the venous insufficiency following the prolonged standing.

    Materials And Methods: This prospective cohort study conducted on the soldiers of training periods in a military base of Iran Army in Isfahan in 2013. Read More

    Polidocanol versus hypertonic glucose for sclerotherapy treatment of reticular veins of the lower limbs: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
    Trials 2014 Dec 19;15:497. Epub 2014 Dec 19.
    Department of Surgery and Orthopedics, School of Medicine, São Paulo State University (UNESP), Rubião Junior s/n, CEP 18,618-970 Botucatu, SP, Brazil.
    Background: The prevalence of chronic venous disease is high and occurs more frequently in females. According to the clinical, etiological, anatomical, and pathological classification (CEAP) definition, the reticular veins are included in the C1 class and are mainly associated with aesthetic complaints. Several invasive techniques are used for treatment, including mini phlebectomy, laser ablation, and radiofrequency ablation. Read More

    Consensus for sclerotherapy.
    Dermatol Surg 2014 Dec;40(12):1309-18
    *Department of Dermatology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland; †Maryland Laser, Skin & Vein Institute, Hunt Valley, Maryland; ‡Department of Dermatology, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire; §Department of Dermatology, University of California, San Francisco, California; ‖Department of Dermatology, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York; ¶Department of Dermatology, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York; #Department of Dermatology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
    Background: The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) periodically develops consensus documents for its members concerning various aspects of dermatologic surgery. Unwanted and painful leg veins are a very widespread problem. Many advances in sclerotherapy of varicose and telangiectatic leg veins have occurred since the previous consensus documents. Read More

    Unusual bleeding from hepaticojejunostomy controlled by adult variable stiffness colonoscopy: report of a case and literature review.
    Int Surg 2014 Sep-Oct;99(5):584-9
    1 Saitama Medical Center, Saitama Medical University, Saitama, Japan.
    We herein present a case of a 59-year-old man who had undergone pylorus preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy with regional lymph node dissection prior to episodes of melena. Series of conventional endoscopic investigations failed to identify the bleeding source. Enhanced computed tomography scan revealed complete obstruction of the main portal vein with numerous collateral veins running towards the hepatic hilus. Read More

    A review of the current management and treatment options for superficial venous insufficiency.
    World J Surg 2014 Oct;38(10):2580-8
    Texas A&M Health Science Center, MS 1359, 8447 State Highway 47, HPEB 3064, Bryan, TX, 77807-3260, USA.
    The recognition of lower extremity venous disease as a significant cause of morbidity and lower quality of life, afflicting up to 25 % of Western populations, has led to rapid and drastic improvements in treatment options as well as an increasing awareness of the disease. Superficial venous disease, a frequent medical problem encountered in clinical practices, is now a common reason for referral to providers offering a spectrum of interventions. Venous guidelines have been set forth by the American Venous Forum and Society for Vascular Surgery covering simple spider veins to chronic venous ulcerations. Read More

    Ins and outs of endovenous laser ablation: afterthoughts.
    Lasers Med Sci 2014 Mar 8;29(2):513-8. Epub 2014 Jan 8.
    Department of Dermatology, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
    Physicists and medical doctors "speak" different languages. Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) is a good example in which technology is essential to guide the doctor to the final result: optimal treatment. However, for the doctor, it is by far insufficient just to turn on the knobs of the laser. Read More

    Teleconsultation in vascular surgery: a 13 year single centre experience.
    J Telemed Telecare 2014 Jan 18;20(1):24-8. Epub 2013 Dec 18.
    Clinic for Cardiovascular Surgery, University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.
    The University Hospital of Zurich has provided an email-based medical consultation service for the general public since 1999. We examined the enquiries in a 13-year period to identify those related to vascular surgery (based on 22 ICD-10 codes specific for vascular surgery). There were 40,062 questions, of which 643 (2%) were selected by ICD-10 codes. Read More

    Percutaneous foam sclerotherapy for venous leg ulcers.
    J Wound Care 2013 Oct;22(10 Suppl):S20-2
    Medical Director, Vein Experts, Water’s Edge Dermatology, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, US.
    The technique of foam sclerotherapy directed at the distal most vessels, draining the ulcer bed was first described in 2010, with excellent penetration into the underlying venous network possible with this technique. Thirty-five patients have now been treated with this technique as the initial treatment at Midwest Vein Laser, USA. There have been no complications with this technique and rapid healing occurred within 4-8 weeks after the initial treatment in 90% of the patients, and all ulcers were healed at 4 months. Read More

    1064 nm Nd:YAG long pulse laser after polidocanol microfoam injection dramatically improves the result of leg vein treatment: a randomized controlled trial on 517 legs with a three-year follow-up.
    Phlebology 2014 Dec 29;29(10):658-66. Epub 2013 Aug 29.
    Instituto Médico Vilafortuny, Cambrils, Tarragona, Spain
    Objective: To assess the efficacy and safety of a new method of clearing varicose veins in the long term. It consists of applying the long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser following the injection of polidocanol microfoam, in two consecutive sessions, treating both legs in full in each session.

    Method: Randomized, Polidocanol-controlled, blind evaluation clinical trial comparing the results between 79 legs treated with Polidocanol and 517 treated with Polidocanol + Laser. Read More

    Superficial venous disease.
    Surg Clin North Am 2013 Aug 18;93(4):963-82, ix-x. Epub 2013 Jun 18.
    Division of Vascular Surgery, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 53226, USA.
    Superficial venous disease is a common clinical problem. The concerning disease states of the superficial venous system are venous reflux, varicose veins, and superficial venous thrombosis. Superficial venous reflux can be a significant contributor to chronic venous stasis wounds of the lower extremity, the treatment of which can be costly both in terms of overall health care expenditure and lost working days for affected patients. Read More

    Visual disturbance following sclerotherapy for varicose veins, reticular veins and telangiectasias: a systematic literature review.
    Phlebology 2013 Apr;28(3):123-31
    Academic Section of Vascular Surgery Imperial College School of Medicine Charing Cross Hospital, London, UK.
    The objective of the study was to review the literature reporting visual disturbance (VD)following sclerotherapy for varicose veins. Underlying mechanisms will be discussed. A literature search of the databases Medline and Google Scholar was performed. Read More

    Treating telangiectasias: my method.
    Minerva Cardioangiol 2013 Apr;61(2):221-7
    Studio Flebologico Ferrara, Naples, Italy.
    Aim: The authors propose a new classification of telangiectasias: conditions involving demonstrated reflux are classified as type A telangiectasias; clustered, spider telangiectasias not related to reflux and with vein diameters of >0.2 mm are classified as type B, while isolated telangiectatic veins of ≤0.2 mm diameter are classed as type C. Read More

    [Definition, classification and diagnosis of chronic venous insufficiency - part II].
    Ginekol Pol 2013 Jan;84(1):51-5
    Oddzial Chirurgiczny, Wojewódzki Szpital w Kaliszu, Polska.
    Venous insufficiency can be defined as a fixed venous outflow disturbance of the limbs. It is caused by the malfunction of the venous system, that may or may not be associated with venous valvular insufficiency and may involve the superficial or deep venous system of the lower limbs, or both. The CEAP scale includes clinical, etiologic, anatomic and pathophysiologic aspects and has been used in the assessment of venous insufficiency Clinical classification comprises of 7 groups. Read More

    Management of varicose veins and venous insufficiency.
    JAMA 2012 Dec;308(24):2612-21
    Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, 110 Francis St, Boston, Massachusetts 02215, USA.
    Chronic venous disease, reviewed herein, is manifested by a spectrum of signs and symptoms, including cosmetic spider veins, asymptomatic varicosities, large painful varicose veins, edema, hyperpigmentation and lipodermatosclerosis of skin, and ulceration. However, there is no definitive stepwise progression from spider veins to ulcers and, in fact, severe skin complications of varicose veins, even when extensive, are not guaranteed. Treatment options range from conservative (eg, medications, compression stockings, lifestyle changes) to minimally invasive (eg, sclerotherapy or endoluminal ablation), invasive (surgical techniques), and hybrid (combination of ≥1 therapies). Read More

    Laser use for cutaneous vascular alterations of cosmetic interest.
    Dermatol Ther 2012 Jul-Aug;25(4):340-51
    Istituto di Chirurgia e Laserchirurgia In Dermatologia, Milano, Italy.
    In 1983, selective photothermolysis dramatically transformed vascular surgery, reducing the adverse effects and increasing its efficacy. As a result, laser surgery is now considered the gold standard treatment for many congenital and acquired skin vascular disorders. In this paper, the authors analyze the main laser sources for vascular surgery, the general parameters regarding laser-tissue interactions that can influence the treatment (such as hemodynamic features, anatomical areas, vessel depth, and diameters), and other aspects important for a good laser practice. Read More

    Sclerotherapy in an undetected pregnancy - a catastrophe?
    Vasa 2012 Jul;41(4):243-7
    Vein Centre of the Departments of Dermatology & Vascular Surgery, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
    According to the guidelines and the manufacturer's information, pregnancy is a contraindication for sclerotherapy with Polidocanol. However, in some cases sclerotherapy has been conducted in a period when the pregnancy is not known by the patient. When pregnancy is diagnosed, patients and gynecologists often ask the phlebologist if there is an indication for the interruption of pregnancy. Read More

    Sclerotherapy in tumescent anesthesia of reticular veins and telangiectasias.
    Dermatol Surg 2012 May 23;38(5):748-51. Epub 2012 Jan 23.
    Department of Dermatology, Inselspital, Bern, Switzerland.
    Background: Some leg telangiectasias may be refractory to treatment, including sclerotherapy and lasers.

    Objective: To describe the innovative Sclerotherapy in Tumescent Anesthesia of Reticular veins and Telangiectasias (START) approach to achieving good results in such patients, which also proves effective in treating reticular veins.

    Method: Because compression enhances the rate of success of sclerotherapy of C1 veins (telangiectasias and reticular), Ringer solution (with or without lidocaine-epinephrine) was injected subcutaneously before, during, or immediately after sclerotherapy of therapy-refractory C1 veins. Read More

    Telangiectasia and venous reflux in the Edinburgh Vein Study.
    Phlebology 2012 Sep 21;27(6):297-302. Epub 2011 Nov 21.
    Centre for Population Health Sciences, Wolfson Unit for Prevention of Peripheral Vascular Diseases, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG, UK.
    Objective: The purpose of this study was to correlate the clinical findings in the Edinburgh Vein Study with the results of duplex scanning of the deep and superficial venous systems.

    Methods: An age-stratified random sample of 1566 people (699 men and 867 women) aged 16-64 were selected from computerized age-sex registers of participating practices (twelve general practices with catchment areas geographically and socioeconomically distributed throughout Edinburgh). Screening included clinical examination, photography and duplex ultrasonography of the superficial veins and the deep veins down to popliteal level. Read More

    A double-blind, randomized study comparing pure chromated glycerin with chromated glycerin with 1% lidocaine and epinephrine for sclerotherapy of telangiectasias and reticular veins.
    Dermatol Surg 2011 Nov 24;37(11):1590-4. Epub 2011 Aug 24.
    Service of Angiology, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland.
    Background: Chromated glycerin (CG) is an effective, although painful, sclerosing agent for telangiectasias and reticular leg veins treatment.

    Objective: To determine pain level and relative efficacy of pure or one-third lidocaine-epinephrine 1% mixed chromated glycerin in a prospective randomized double-blind trial.

    Method: Patients presenting with telangiectasias and reticular leg veins on the lateral aspect of the thigh (C(1A) or (S) E(P) A(S) P(N1) ) were randomized to receive pure CG or CG mixed with one-third lidocaine-epinephrine 1% (CGX) treatment. Read More

    Sclerotherapy: it is back and better.
    Clin Plast Surg 2011 Jul;38(3):475-87, vii
    Department of Dermatology, University of California, C340 Medical Sciences I, Irvine, CA 92697, USA.
    With the recent US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of polidocanol in the United States, there has been a resurgence of interest in sclerotherapy. Despite the popularity of laser therapy, sclerotherapy remains the gold standard for treating spider and reticular veins. Although this traditional method of treatment has been around for more than 100 years, better sclerosing agents and newer techniques have made sclerotherapy safer and more efficacious than ever before. Read More

    Compression versus sclerotherapy for patients with isolated refluxing reticular veins and telangiectasia: a randomized trial comparing quality-of-life outcomes.
    Phlebology 2011 Jun 21;26(4):148-56. Epub 2011 Mar 21.
    Lafayette Regional Vein Center, 985 South Creasy Lane, Lafayette, IN 47905-4800, USA.
    Objective: To prospectively study quality-of-life (QoL) benefits comparing compression stockings to sclerotherapy in subjects with symptomatic reticular veins and telangiectasia.

    Methods: Fifty-eight consecutive female patients with normal saphenous and deep venous systems and venous dysfunction score (VDS) ≥ 4 were randomized to either sclerotherapy (N = 29) or thigh high 20-30 mmHg compression stockings (N = 29). Following a trial of compression, subjects in the compression arm were eligible to crossover to the sclerotherapy arm. Read More

    Laser vein therapy.
    Obstet Gynecol Clin North Am 2010 Dec;37(4):501-6, vii
    Women's Institute for Health PC, Atlanta, GA 30342, USA.
    Similar to other antiaging procedures like Botox, skin rejuvenation, and facial plastic surgery, spider vein therapy is seen as a way to reverse the signs of aging. This article will introduce the clinician to this issue and describe treatment, which may be accomplished with the same lasers used for laser hair reduction. Read More

    My sclerotherapy technique for telangiectasia and reticular veins.
    Dermatol Surg 2010 Jun;36 Suppl 2:1040-5
    Department of Dermatology/Medicine, University of California at San Diego, California 92121, USA.
    Background: Sclerotherapy is an effective treatment for reticular and telangiectatic leg veins.

    Objective: To highlight the author's treatment technique.

    Method: Review rational for technique supported by experience and literature. Read More

    The French polidocanol study on long-term side effects: a survey covering 3,357 patient years.
    Dermatol Surg 2010 Jun;36 Suppl 2:993-1003
    Cabinet de Phlébologie, Nice, France.
    Background: AIMS Short- and mid-term side effects of sclerotherapy, in particular with polidocanol (lauromacrogol 400), have been previously described in our registry of 12,173 sessions. The objective of this follow-up registry was to evaluate the long-term incidence of adverse events with polidocanol.

    Methods: The physicians involved in the initial French registry were contacted and asked to partake in the follow-up survey. Read More

    Choosing the appropriate sclerosing concentration for vessel diameter.
    Dermatol Surg 2010 Jun;36 Suppl 2:976-81
    Department of Dermatology, Weill Medical College, Cornell University, New York, New York, USA.
    With the development of novel sclerosing solutions, there has been an increase of choice in which sclerosant to utilize for a particular varicosity. It is not only important for the practitioner to define which sclerosant may be effective in a given clinical scenario, but also identify the minimal sclerosant concentration (MSC) that will produce effective results. This article will overview the salient points of choosing the appropriate sclerosant as well as review which MSC to choose based on patient profile, physician experience, FDA recommendations, and vessel diameter to maximize clinical outcomes while decreasing adverse effects. Read More

    Sclerotherapy of varicose veins with polidocanol based on the guidelines of the German Society of Phlebology.
    Dermatol Surg 2010 Jun;36 Suppl 2:968-75
    Department of Dermatology, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany.
    Background: Sclerotherapy involves the injection of a sclerosing agent for the elimination of intracutaneous, subcutaneous, and transfascial varicose veins.

    Objective: To update guidelines for sclerotherapy of varicose veins.

    Methods: The guidelines for sclerotherapy of varicose veins of the German Society of Phlebology were updated and modified through a review of the available literature. Read More

    Shedding light: laser physics and mechanism of action.
    Phlebology 2010 Feb;25(1):11-28
    Sclerotherapist, Vein and Laser Clinic, Auckland, New Zealand .
    Lasers have affected health care in many ways. Clinical applications have been found in a number of medical and surgical specialities. In particular, applications of laser technology in phlebology has made it essential for vein physicians to obtain a fundamental knowledge of laser physics, laser operation and also to be well versed in laser safety procedures. Read More

    Liquid versus foam sclerotherapy.
    Phlebology 2009 Dec;24(6):240-6
    Department of Vascular Medicine, Saint Martin Private Hospital, 18 rue des Roquemonts, 14050 Caen, France.
    Objectives: A systematic review to compare efficacy and safety of foam (F) sclerotherapy versus liquid (L) sclerotherapy for primary varicose veins of the lower limbs.

    Methods: Systematic searches of electronic databases were conducted in April 2009 to identify relevant published studies. Database searches were augmented with abstracts from conference proceedings and electronic and hand searching of journals not consistently indexed in the major databases. Read More

    [Study of syndrome differentiation factor of gouty arthritis with blood stasis syndrome based on connection number].
    Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao 2009 Aug;7(8):724-8
    Department of Dermatology, Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai 200437, China.
    Objective: To find the related syndrome factors of gouty arthritis with blood stasis syndrome by mathematical methods of set pair analysis and connection number so as to guide the diagnosis.

    Methods: Seventy gouty arthritis patients diagnosed with blood stasis syndrome were analyzed according to priority by the method of connection number. Syndrome factors of gouty arthritis with blood stasis syndrome were selected according to the numerical values of dialectics connection value (DCV). Read More

    [Phlebosclerosing therapy after operative intervention for chronic venous insufficiency of the lower extremities].
    Klin Khir 2009 Feb(2):39-42
    To the Center of angiology and microsurgery have been submitted 75 patients seeking for the cosmetic result of their treatment improvement, to whom operative interventions for the lower extremities varicosities were performed previously. The sclerosing procedures for the dilated venous tributaries, reticular veins and teleangiectasiae was conducted, complete elimination of a "heavy feet" syndrome was noted together with reduction of the symptoms severity. The phlebosclerosing method permits to achieve good clinical, aesthetic results, to improve the quality of life and social activity of the patients. Read More

    Prevalence of primary chronic venous disease: the Bulgarian experience.
    Int Angiol 2009 Aug;28(4):303-10
    Department of Vascular Surgery, University Hospital St. Ekaterina, Sofia, Bulgaria.
    Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of and risk factors for chronic venous disease (CVD) in the Bulgarian adult population seeking medical help from general practitioners.

    Methods: The design was a cross-sectional descriptive survey. Each general practitioner (GP) enrolled 50 consecutive patients aged 18 and over attending for a routine consultation. Read More

    Treatment of varicose veins.
    Curr Treat Options Cardiovasc Med 2009 Apr;11(2):91-103
    University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, WP 3010, 920 Stanton L. Young Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, USA.
    Varicose veins (VVs) are the most common manifestation of chronic venous insufficiency, affecting 25% of women and 15% of men. Reticular veins and telangiectasias (spider veins) are found in more than 80% of the general population. VVs produce symptoms of pain, swelling, heaviness, fatigue, and pruritus and predispose patients to complications including bleeding, superficial thrombophlebitis, and ulcerations that interfere with activities of daily living and result in lost time from work. Read More

    Classical varicose vein surgery in a diverse ethnic community.
    Med J Malaysia 2008 Aug;63(3):193-8
    Penang Adventist Hospital, 10350 Penang, Malaysia.
    Chronic venous disorders range from telangiactasia or spider veins to varicose veins, venous swellings, skin changes and venous ulcerations. The aim of this study is to assess outcome of varicose vein surgery in the ethnically diverse population of Penang, Malaysia. This study is a retrospective analysis of patients seen from 1999 to 2004. Read More

    Telangiectasia in the Edinburgh Vein Study: epidemiology and association with trunk varices and symptoms.
    Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2008 Dec 9;36(6):719-24. Epub 2008 Oct 9.
    Wolfson Unit for Prevention of Peripheral Vascular Diseases, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, UK.
    Objective: Little research has been devoted to telangiectasia. The purpose of this study was to analyse the data in the Edinburgh Vein Study to determine the prevalence of telangiectasia in the general population, to analyse the demographic characteristics and association with symptoms and to compare the findings to those relating to varices of the saphenous systems.

    Design: Cross-sectional population study. Read More

    Indications for compression therapy in venous and lymphatic disease consensus based on experimental data and scientific evidence. Under the auspices of the IUP.
    Int Angiol 2008 Jun;27(3):193-219
    Dermatology and Angiology, Medical University of Vienna, Baumeistergasse 85, A 1160 Vienna, Austria.
    Aim: The aim of this study was to review published literature concerning the use of compression treatments in the management of venous and lymphatic diseases and establish where reliable evidence exists to justify the use of medical compression and where further research is required to address areas of uncertainty.

    Methods: The authors searched medical literature databases and reviewed their own collections of papers, monographs and books for papers providing information about the effects of compression and randomized clinical trials of compression devices. Papers were classified in accordance with the recommendations of the GRADE group to categorize their scientific reliability. Read More

    Vesical varices and telangiectasias in a patient with ataxia telangiectasia.
    Pediatr Nephrol 2008 Jun;23(6):1005-8
    Department of Pediatrics, Hirosaki University School of Medicine, 5 Zaifu-cho, Hirosaki 036-8562, Japan.
    A Japanese boy with ataxia telangiectasia (AT) developed severe gross hematuria and recurrent bladder tamponade, requiring an extensive blood transfusion. He had received intermittent intravenous cyclophosphamide pulse therapy (cumulative dose of 1.3 g) for refractory steroid-resistant and intravenous immunoglobulin-resistant severe autoimmune thrombocytopenia 3 years previously. Read More

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