José Luiz Orlando

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BACKGROUND Superficial venous malformations (SVM) are the most frequent vascular malformations. Outpatient percutaneous treatment with ethanol injection has rarely been described. OBJECTIVE To analyze the results from treating SVM patients with ethanol sclerotherapy. METHODS 81 patients were followed up prospectively over a median period of 18 months.(More)
INTRODUCTION Venous malformations are the most frequent vascular malformation. Deep venous malformations are located in subcutaneous tissue or in the muscles. Percutaneous sclerotherapy is the treatment of choice, and the use of ethanol at low doses has not yet been described. OBJECTIVE To analyze the results of treating Deep venous malformations patients(More)
OBJECTIVE This retrospective study evaluated the results of sclerotherapy with low doses of ethanol for treatment of head and neck venous malformations. METHODS We treated 51 patients, 37 females. Median age was 23 years. Patients were treated with percutaneous intralesional injection of alcohol every two weeks and followed up prospectively for a median(More)
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