Pathophysiology of microcirculation in venous disease.

  • Puruhito
  • Published 2000 in Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation
Microcirculatory disturbances lead to chronic ulceration of the leg, and this symptom is a sign of a chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), caused by increased leg vein pressure and continous changes in vein pressure, which need medical treatment, and if a chronic capillary reaction present, treatment by applying a graduated compression bandage of the leg is… CONTINUE READING