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Outcomes and Side effects of Duplex‐Guided Sclerotherapy in the Treatment of Great Saphenous Veins with 1% versus 3% Polidocanol Foam: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial with 1‐Year Follow‐Up
BACKGROUND Eighty subjects were treated with either 1 or 3% polidocanol foam to compare the efficacy and adverse sequelae of each concentration of polidocanol foam. OBJECTIVE The objective was toExpand
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Surgery and endovenous techniques for the treatment of small saphenous varicose veins: a review of the literature
In 15% of all patients, varicosis is caused by insufficiency of the small saphenous vein (SSV). In the past it was common to entirely remove the SSV by surgical procedure; however, recently minimallyExpand
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Eight‐year follow‐up of a randomized clinical trial comparing ultrasound‐guided foam sclerotherapy with surgical stripping of the great saphenous vein
This was an 8‐year follow‐up of an RCT comparing ultrasound‐guided foam sclerotherapy (UGFS) with high ligation and surgical stripping (HL/S) of the great saphenous vein (GSV).
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Rejection of injectable silicone “Bioplastique” used for vocal fold augmentation
A rare case of repeated granulomatous inflammation after silicone injection laryngoplasty for vocal fold immobility as well as its treatment by endoscopic approach is reported. The patient presentedExpand
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Two Dutch brothers with Borrone dermato‐cardio‐skeletal syndrome
In 1993, Borrone et al. described two Italian brothers affected by a syndrome of severe acne, mitral valve prolapse, dysmorphic facies, and Scheuermann‐like changes of the vertebral column. SinceExpand
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Microembolism during foam sclerotherapy of varicose veins.
The authors monitored by echocardiography foam distribution during foam sclerotherapy in patients with chronic venous insufficiency. In all patients studied, foam microemboli were detected after foamExpand
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Multiple unilateral skin tumors suggest type 1 segmental manifestation of familial syringoma.
An 18-year-old man presented multiple asymptomatic reddish-brown papules with a segmental distribution pattern confined to the left side of the trunk. These lesions had arisen two years before whileExpand
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Blocking the saphenofemoral junction during ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy-- assessment of a presumed safety-measure procedure.
OBJECTIVES Ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy (UGFS) is a technique in which a mixture of sclerosing drug and gas is used to treat varicose veins. Several authors have demonstrated transientExpand
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Residents’ perspectives on dermatology training in Dutch university medical centres in 2006
test), but again, there was a strong trend for prolonged progression-free survival in patients without antiretinal antibodies (Fig. 1b). In our study, nine patients were treated with interferon alfa,Expand
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Nail pigmentation due to hydroxycarbamide
A 47‐year‐old male developed both longitudinal melanonychia and periungual hyperpigmentation 6 months after initiation of hydroxycarbamide (synonym: hydroxyurea) therapy for chronicExpand
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