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)
With the use of the methods of percutaneous contact polarography, roentgeno-contrast phlebography, Doppler ultrasound, 83 patients with different location and stage of the post-thrombophlebitic syndrome were examined. The significant alteration of the indices of polarographic curve versus the norm was defined. The most pronounced disorders were revealed in(More)