Alexander M. Soroka

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The clinical, phlebographic, and hemodynamic signs of the postthrombophlebitic syndrome were studied. In 99.3% of patients the disease was found to be attended with edema of the extremities, in 100%--with the pain syndrome, in 64.2%--with pigmentation, in 59.7%--with tissue induration, and in 53.6% of patients--with trophic ulcers. A study of(More)
The systemic, regional, and microcirculatory hemodynamics was studied complexly by radioisotope methods in 54 patients with acute thrombosis of the deep veins of the lower limbs and pelvis and in 58 patients with the postthrombophlebitic syndrome. It is shown that in acute venous thrombosis the regional stasis and hypertension are attended by considerable(More)