Florent Veye

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BACKGROUND Measurement of limb volume is helpful for the evaluation and follow-up of edema, especially in patients with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) or lymphedema. Water displacement (WD) is the reference method for limb volumetry but is not really suitable for clinical routine. Indirect volumetry based on circumference measurements as well as the(More)
We present a new approach for the evaluation of the biomechanical properties of lower limb veins based on the simultaneous measurements of the vein cross-sectional area with B-mode ultrasound imaging and of the force exerted on the skin by the ultrasound probe. Ongoing clinical trials allowed us to identify a behavioral model of lower limb veins without and(More)
Ultrasound examination is the first line procedure for the diagnosis and follow-up of cardiovascular diseases. Instrumenting an ultrasound probe with a force sensor may improve thenon-invasive measurement of arterial biomechanical parameters (diameter, pulsatility, intima-media thickness and flow-dependent dilation) by measuring and controlling the force(More)
AIMS The aim of this study was to analyze the temporal relationships between pressure, flow, and Korotkoff sounds, providing clues for their comprehensive interpretation. MATERIALS AND METHODS When measuring blood pressure in a group of 23 volunteers, we used duplex Doppler ultrasonography to assess, under the arm-cuff, the brachial artery flow, diameter(More)
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