Midterm results of the surgical treatment of varices by phlebectomy with conservation of a refluxing saphenous vein.

@article{Pittaluga2009MidtermRO,
  title={Midterm results of the surgical treatment of varices by phlebectomy with conservation of a refluxing saphenous vein.},
  author={Paul Pittaluga and Sylvain Chastanet and Bernard Rea and R{\'e}my Barbe},
  journal={Journal of vascular surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={107-18}
}
BACKGROUND A new physiopathologic concept within superficial venous insufficiency (SVI) describes ascending progression from the collaterals to the saphenous veins (SV), leading to a treatment that aims to remove the varicose reservoir and not the SVs. This study reports the midterm results of this therapeutic approach. METHODS This is a retrospective study of patients treated for varices by phlebectomy with conservation of a refluxing SV before July 2004. We evaluated the varicose reservoir… CONTINUE READING
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