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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2016, Volume 53, Issue 4, 765-766



Izabella Petre, Daniela Barjica, Ciprian Duta, Angela Boglut, Elena Bernad, Marius Craina, Sorin Bolintineanu, Stelian Pantea, Daniela Radu, Ioana Ionita

Sclerotherapy for Varicose Veins


Abstract:
The study presents the experience of Medvarix Clinic in treatment of varicous veins using foam sclerotherapy during 2010 - 2015. It is a retrospective study on five years with 893 patients with varicous veins. Mean age - 47years. There were 532 women and 361 men. CEAP classification: CEAP stage III - 279 cases, CEAP stage IV - 246 cases, CEAP stage V - 201 cases, CEAP stage VI - 167 cases. There were 893 ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy procedures. 261 cases had associated sclerotherapy for perforating veins of closed varicous ulcer and 161cases had associated sclerotherapy for perforating veins for open varicous ulcer. Complications during procedure: misspunction of saphenous vein per primam with a secondary punction - 39 cases, postinjectional hematoma - 11 cases, local allergic reaction - 9 cases. All treated conservatory. Late complications: minor - hiperpigmentation - 47 cases, local inflammations - 101 cases, superficial tromboflebitis - 10 cases, postinjectional necrosis - 9 cases. Major complications: profound tromboflebitis - 1 case. Ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy is a safe mode to treat varicous veins with good both functional and aesthetic results.


Keywords:
varicose disease; sclerotherapy

Issue: 2016 Volume 53, Issue 4
Pages: 765-766
Publication date: 2016/12/30
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