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Different intensities of oral anticoagulant therapy in the treatment of proximal-vein thrombosis.
- R. Hull, J. Hirsh, +9 authors P. Ockelford
- The New England journal of medicine
- 30 December 1982
It is indicated that less intense anticoagulant therapy is associated with a low frequency of recurrent venous thromboembolism and a reduced risk of hemorrhage. Expand
Polyhydramnios: Ultrasonically Detected Prevalence and Neonatal Outcome
During obstetric ultrasound examinations of 10, 214 patients at a tertiary perinatal unit, 102 cases of mild to severe polyhydramnios were detected, a prevalence rate of 1.04%, and a definable cause was determined in 21 of 23 patients. Expand
The socioeconomic effects of an iliofemoral venous thrombosis.
The Klippel–Trenaunay syndrome: Clinical, radiological and haemodynamic features and management
It is suggested that surgery should be limited to the excision of localized symptomatic abnormalities and that the best form of control is provided by graduated compression stockings. Expand
Iliac vein compression.--Its relation to iliofemoral thrombosis and the post-thrombotic syndrome.
Injection therapy with the use of phenol in almond oil was effective in controlling bleeding, but with almond oil alone it was not. Expand
The iliac compression syndrome
Diagnosis of Established Deep Vein Thrombosis with the 125I Fibrinogen Uptake Test
- N. Browse, W. Clapham, D. Croft, D. J. Jones, M. Thomas, J. O. Williams
- British medical journal
- 6 November 1971
The fibrinogen uptake test is accurate enough to make it a valuable method of clinical investigation and very old thrombus, phlebographically more than 11 days old, was associated with an increased false-negative rate. Expand
Compression and band formation at the mouth of the left common iliac vein
Doppler examination vs clinical and phlebographic detection of the location of incompetent perforating veins: a prospective study.
A blind prospective study was carried out to compare three methods of simultaneous ICPV detection with operative findings, and all three methods were comparable in their accuracy in predicting the anatomical site of ICPVs. Expand
A simplified technique of phlebography for the localisation of incompetent perforating veins of the legs.
Fifty legs in 43 patients were examined by a simplified phlebographic technique to demonstrate incompetent perforating veins and it was found that these veins were precisely localised byphlebography in 81 per cent of patients. Expand