Postsclerotherapy hyperpigmentations. Chromated glycerin as a screen for patients at risk (a retrospective study).

  • Mitko Georgiev
  • Published 1993 in The Journal of dermatologic surgery and oncology


BACKGROUND Chromated glycerin reportedly causes less post-sclerotherapy hyperpigmentations than polidocanol. OBJECTIVE To investigate whether replacing polidocanol with chromated glycerin lowers the incidence of postsclerotherapy hyperpigmentation. METHODS Retrospective study of 134 records of patients treated for leg telangiectasia. At the first… (More)


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