Eric Mowatt-Larssen

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Physicians have several options to treat varicose veins that remain after successful axial vein ablation. Foam sclerotherapy is effective for all sorts of veins, but may become less effective and have a higher risk of complications when treating large diameter veins. Endovenous laser and radiofrequency ablation can be used to treat nontortuous tributaries.(More)
Based on a theoretical hemodynamic model, CHIVA (conservative hemodynamic cure for venous insufficiency) is an ultrasound-guided, minimally invasive surgical strategy performed under local anesthesia for the treatment of patients with varicose vein disease. After careful duplex mapping, the surgeon performs flush ligation procedures at the proximal origin(More)
New technologies have produced a revolution in primary varicose vein treatments. Duplex ultrasound is now used for preoperative diagnosis, postoperative surveillance, and during many procedures. Ultrasound has also altered our understanding of the pathophysiology of chronic venous disease. Laser and radiofrequency saphenous ablations are common. Classic(More)
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