Michèle Cazaubon

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The study compared, by a prospective, randomized method, 6 treatment options: A: Sclerotherapy; B: High-dose sclerotherapy; C: Multiple ligations; D: Stab avulsion; E: Foam-sclerotherapy; F: Surgery (ligation) followed by sclerotherapy. Results were analyzed 10 years after inclusion and initial treatment. Endpoints of the study were variations in ambulatory(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence and incidence of venous diseases and the role of concomitant/risk factors for varicose veins (VV) or chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). The study was based in San Valentino in Central Italy and was a real whole-population study. The study included 30,000 subjects in eight villages/towns evaluated with(More)
BACKGROUND Possible intermediate circulating markers linking blood stasis to vein remodeling were explored in patients with varicose veins in the lower limbs. METHODS AND RESULTS Blood was sampled at rest (supine position) and after a stasis of 30 minutes both in the varicose vein (limbs hanging down) and in the brachial vein (arm hanging down) as a(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to compare the change in functional signs of venous insufficiency and venous refilling time measured by mercury strain-gauge plethysmography under the effects of the combination of Ruscus aculeatus, hesperidin methylchalcone and ascorbic acid (Cyclo 3 Fort). METHODS An open-label clinical trial conducted in 65 women(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to describe the employment conditions of women with chronic venous disorders of the lower limbs. METHODS Cross sectional study conducted by general practitioners who describe the first 3 women, between 18 and 65 years of age, who were employed and who presented with at least CEAP stage I venous disorders. RESULTS(More)
AIM In a recent epidemiological study on chronic venous disease (CVD) in French male patients, a correlation was found between obesity and disease severity. The objective of this study was to further analyze the relationship between age and/or obesity, and CVD severity as assessed by the CEAP C-class. METHODS Each physician taking part in this(More)
AIM Chronic venous disease affects large numbers of men but there are fewer references to them than to women in the literature. The aim of our study was to determine the time lapse between the first symptom(s) and/or clinical signs of venous disease in the male and the first consultation with an angiologist to define the status of the veins within this(More)
The efficacy, safety, and cost of pentoxifylline (PXF) in the treatment of severe intermittent claudication were studied comparing PXF and placebo in a randomized 40-week study. A treadmill test was performed at inclusion and at the end of weeks 20 and 40. A progressive training plan and the control of risk factors (with antiplatelet treatment) were used in(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of peripheral arterial disease (PAOD) and cardiovascular risk factors associated with the ankle-brachial index (ABI) in Senegalese patients aged 40 years and over. METHODOLOGY We prospectively studied a random sample of Senegalese aged 40 years and older, residing in the city of(More)
The efficacy, safety, and cost of prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) in the treatment of severe intermittent claudication was studied by comparing a long-term treatment protocol (LTP) with a short-term treatment protocol (STP) in a randomized 20-week study. The study included 109 patients (96 completed the study) with an average total walking distance of 65.5 +/- 8 m(More)