[Occlusive rheoplethysmography in the diagnosis, surveillance and evaluation of the sequela of phlebitis].


Occlusive rheoplethysmography (RPO) constitutes a new method of quantitative tetrapolar rheography. It enables us to assess peripheral venous function by measuring distensibility (symbol of influx = IR greater than 0.6, and of drainage = IV greater than 0.7), and flow (symbol of the drainage flow = IDV greater than 0.5). Deep venous thrombosis in the… (More)